Showing posts from January, 2010

Jango - Free Music Played Online

Jango is a free social music service that lets you create your own custom radio stations and share them with friends and others who like what you like. Just type in what you want to hear - and your station will play the music you want along with similar favorites of other Jango users who share your taste. You can customize your stations further by adding more artists and rating songs. You can also tune in to any other station playing on Jango. As you listen, your player will show other people listening to the same artist. You can "tune in" to any song they're listening to, message each other or share your stations with others. Or just go to any Artist Page to see all songs by that artist you can tune in to at any given time!


DateLine is a small, simple app which displays a linear calendar on your desktop in a transparent window. The background and text colors are customizable with support for transparency.

Open Source Software for Mac

Browsers Camino is a powerful and secure web browser, yet simple and elegant in its design. Camino 1.5 is a universal binary and runs natively on both PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs. From new features like the system spell-checker and session saving to improvements in trademark features like annoyance blocking, Camino 1.5 makes all your web tasks more enjoyable. Built on the world’s most compatible rendering engine, Mozilla’s Gecko 1.8.1, it displays more pages more accurately than any other Cocoa browser. Mozilla Firefox is available free-of-charge in more than 35 languages. It's so safe that many users have reported no spy ware infections since they started using it. Firefox 2 opens new web pages in tabs by default. Each of those tabs has its own close button. If you accidentally close a tab, you can go to the History menu to bring it back from the list of “Recently Closed Tabs.” Firefox 2 has built-in spell checking to keep you from making any mistakes in your blog posts and W…