TreePad Lite, a small personal database program, lets you store
notes, emails, texts, hyperlinks, etc. into one or multiple
databases. Thanks to its familiar Windows explorer look, editing,
storing, browsing, searching and retrieving data are quite easy. To
search browse the tree as you would do in the directories/
displayed in the Windows explorer. Features: Articles and nodes -
unlike the usual database programs, TreePad is can store unstructured
information, lets you define and impose your own structure. All data
is contained in 'articles'; an article is a text shown in the right
pane of the program window. Any article is contained in a 'node'
which is the most basic part of the tree (left pane); Tree editing -
create any tree structure you want; Support for plain-text
hyperlinks; notes, emails, texts, hyperlinks, etc. into one or
multiple databases instead of storing in a large number of separate
The 465 KB Treepad lite or TreePad Asia which supports non-western /
Asian fonts, for Windows at
http://www.treepad.com/download/#tplitewin and for Linux at http://www.treepad.
Moovia is a free open source media player for Windows and Linux. Its
simple innovative and intutive interface brings on your movies,
videos, TV shows, music, tunes and photos, all of them at one place.
Watch movies & TV shows, Catalog your movies, tv shows and other
videos with integrated online content. Moovida supports HD and almost
all file formats like divX, mkv, flv, h264, mov, ogg and much more
without need for additional codecs. Enjoy your pictures: Visualize
the photos of your latest trip either from your hard drive or your
flickr account in a nicely animated slideshow. Manage your music:
Access all of your songs easily, enhance your library with online
services and find new music to listen to. Get connected: Flickr,
Youtube, Yes.fm, SHOUTcast and much more - extend the functionality
of Moovida with new content from top internet sites. Listen online to
your favorite songs, share your media with your friends on your
network or scan other devices like your iPod with Moovida.
A comprehensive list of features can be viewed at http://www.moovida.
The 34573 KB Moovida v1.0.5 for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows
7 can be downloaded at
Moovida for Linux can be downloaded at http://www.moovida.
FAQ at http://www.moovida.
GgSofts's TubeMaster++ is a useful tool to capture multimedia files
being watched or listened to at YouTube, DailyMotion, MySpace, Google
Videos, LastFM, Deezer, Jiwa, and Songza,. The files - FLV,MP3,MP4 -
can be saved directly on your computer or converted to other popular
video or audio formats like AVI, MPEG, MP3, MP4, WAV, WMA, MOV, Ipod,
PSP, Blackberry, Neuros, Palm, and others. Search engines have been
integrated to find videos or audio (mp3) files directly from the
The 7111 KB TubeMaster++ , v1.1, for Windows 2000/XP/Vista/
downloaded at http://tubemaster.free.fr/setup_tm++.exe
Java Runtime Environment needs to be installed. LibPcap (WinPcap for
Windows) also required to help capture with TubeMaster++
included in the download package.
Inkscape is an Open Source vector graphics editor. It has
capabilities similar to applications like Illustrator, Freehand,
CorelDraw, or or Xara. Inkscape uses the W3C standard Scalable Vector
Graphics (SVG) file format. Supported SVG features include shapes,
paths, text, markers, clones, alpha blending, transforms, gradients,
patterns, and grouping. Inkscape also supports Creative Commons
meta-data, node editing, layers, complex path operations, bitmap
tracing, text-on-path, flowed text, direct XML editing, and more. It
imports formats such as JPEG, PNG, TIFF, and others and exports PNG
as well as multiple vector-based formats.
The 36.4M MB Inkscape (22 Jul 09) for Windows, stable version: 0.46,
can be downloaded at
Inkscape FAQ at http://wiki.inkscape.org/wiki/index.php/FAQ and
Inkscape tutorials at http://inkscapetuto
Please suggest a software to broadcast video clipping
live through a webcam.
You could the try the service provided at www.ubroadcast.
This facilitates broadcast of a LIVE or On Demand channel to a
global and interactive audience, via the Internet.
QUOTE TO MULL OVER
What ought one to say then as each hardship comes?
I was practicing for this, I was training for this.
-- Epictetus (55-135 AD) Greek Philosopher