iGTD -

You are a busy person, aren't you? And there's an easy way to track all things that have to be done... and to get those things done!

iGTD takes some concepts from Getting Things Done methodology and makes them easy to understand and use in your every day life. Just divide your tasks by contexts - where they have to be done? At home? At your office? At laptop? At any time you can access the Internet?

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Additune - v67

Founded by die hard Apple fans, Additune is the first major Mac only music recommendation app. It understands that the kind of music you want to listen to depends not only on what you like in general, but what you're in the mood for at the moment. Additune is free to use, free of ads, and will keep all your data secure.

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Quinn - 3.5.1

Quinn is an arcade-style tetromino puzzle game written and designed specifically for Mac OS X. It features a clean, elegant user interface, beautiful graphics, and smooth, subtle animations for fluid gameplay. Instead of reinventing the game with yet another variation of the rules, the goal of Quinn is to combine the simplicity of the original idea with the genuine Mac experience for perfect user enjoyment.

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DiceX - 1.3.9

DiceX is a dice-roller for Mac OS X. It features optional roll-dropping, "per die" and "to total" bonus and penalty modifiers (as well as multipliers), a log to maintain track of your previous rolls, multi-roll support, rerolling functionality, and percentile rolling options. The source code is available on my web site under the BSD License. Note that, after installing over a previous version, you should remove the ~/Library/Application Support/DiceX directory to ensure glitch-free performance.

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Twicetab - 1.2.1

Install Twicetab, double-click the Safari tab bar, and a new tab will be created. And that's it.

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pongClock - 1.0

This Widget is all you need when it comes down to Pong on the Dashboard. If idle, it plays Pong against itself, while the score always displays the current time. But if you feel competitive, you can always play Pong against the widget.

Start the game by pressing the racket icon bottom-left. Press the Up-arrow to move the right player upwards, the Down-arrow to move it downwards; well, that's too obvious. You may pause the game any time by pressing any other button.
The speed of the game increases, if you win, and decreases, if you lose. The player who reaches 10 points first wins.

To really enjoy the good old Pong-feeling you can play fullscreen. Just click the toggle-icon beneath the racket icon and there you go. Same applies to get out of fullscreen.

There are a few settings available, like turning off the reflective glass and increase CPU usage to get a smoother game. You can also adjust the transparency of the widget for fullscreen mode. However, setting this too low may give you problems getting out of fullscreen because the controller does not show up; if that happens just hide and show the Dashboard again and the controller should be visible again. If nothing helps, press Apple + R to reload the widget and all will be fine.

The widget is powered completely by Javascript and therefore you can run it within Camino, Firefox or maybe even within IE:win (haven`t tested the latter). It consumes some CPU-Time, namely about 11% on a 1 GHz G4 PowerBook and about 6% on a MacBook Pro on low CPU usage mode. This about doubles when opting for the higher CPU usage setting. Of course pongClock does not run while the Dashboard is hidden and does therefore consumes no power then.

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