WordPress 3.0 removes a barrier that’s been in place for a long time: the ability to create our sites on our own terms. No longer will you be bound to terms like “post” and “page” or “tag” and “category.” You’ll be able to simply create a site and call things what you want. Custom post types and extra functionality added to custom taxonomies will see to that. I only hope that this puts an end to that dreadful phrase — “WordPress as a CMS.”
Google2SRT allows you to convert subtitles from Google Video and YouTube to SubRip (.srt) format, which is recognized by most video players. You can download XML subtitles or simply type video's URL, Google2SRT will do the rest.
OpenSSH è un insieme di programmi in grado di svolgere diverse operazioni mantenendo un elevato grado di sicurezza: controllare un computer remoto tramite terminale; copiare file da un computer remoto al computer locale e viceversa; cifrare qualunque traffico di dati tra computer locale e computer remoto tramite il tunneling.
SSH ("Secure SHell") is a protocol for securely accessing one computer from another. Despite the name, SSH allows you to run command line and graphical programs, transfer files, and even create secure virtual private networks over the Internet.
Mplayer is not only a versatile movie’s player but also a very powerful encoder. Webcam can be captured with it and the output is completely customisable: from a jpeg for every frame, to a divx video, or even an event driven capturer…the limit is just your imagination!
There's nothing quite like command-line tools for handling large batches of tasks, and image manipulations are no exception. Web developers and administrators will appreciate the ability to handle large numbers of files easily, either at the command line or in scripts. Programmer Michael Still presents the ImageMagick suite, a Linux toolkit for sizing, rotating, converting, and otherwise manipulating images, in a huge number of formats, whether one or a hundred at a time.