While searching for a paper by Berry and Kounavis describing their novel technique to calculate CRC32 checksums, I found a strange paper which heavily implies that its authors, from the TKM Institute of Technology in Kerala, invented this algorithm (which they certainly did not).
A small program that can continually ping tens of thousands of hosts.
Snippets is a Jabber bot that periodically asks subscribers what they're doing, and shares the answers through a simple web interface to help development teams communicate better.
I've read many opinions about comments, from "comments are good, they help you understand code" to "comments are bad, they become obsolete and mislead you" and everything in between.
An IMAP downloader that handles various gmail-specific quirks.
By the time I managed to set up Blosxom and some plugins to my liking, I ended up with a complete rewrite that I named Loathsxome.
Inspector34 is a transparent web proxy that records requests and responses for later playback and comparison. It is meant to help with regression testing.