Audacity is an audio editing software that is free, open-source and runs on Mac OS, Linux & Windows operating systems. It is a great tool for audio enthusiasts, who wish to get into the basics of audio editing and processing, without spending a dime.
It offers Equalization, compression, fades, tempos, and other basic tools to get you started. The GUI looks childish, however its performance is not. Audacity also supports addition plugins and libraries.
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When my old phone went berserk one day, I had to begin the laborious task for hunting for a new phone that suited my needs. The list eventually got short listed to two phones: Nokia N71 and Apple iPhone 3G… and finally settled for an iPhone 3G due to the rush. Read more on pros and cons…
I was looking for something more power than iCal to manage multiple calendars, with multiple tasks by Calendar and I found iGTD. Initially, iCal seemed just fine (especially if you manage a few calendars with a few ToDos).
However, I felt that I was being very limited by it’s interface when entering a lot of tasks. Also, there’s no way to handle tasks than become mini-projects or big-projects. After a while, the ToDos on iCal gets very busy and cluttered when it tries to auto-sort into “today”, “tomorrow” and dates.
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Flickr Finder for Mac is a cool application to browse Flickr photos through a Finder-like application on your mac. It’s speedier than browsing through a normal browser as it initially downloads little thumbs. This is especially time and bandwidth saving when on slow connections.
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ianhenderson.org – delimport is a nifty little application that runs in the background, which makes it possible to search your del.icio.us bookmarks using Spotlight (only if you are on a Mac). This is very handy as you don’t have to have your del.icio.us bookmarks open in a browser to intiate a search.