I'd like an application for my desktop, OS X computer that would basically simulate the dreaded "needle drop" test of music lit classes of yore: a random sample from a given list of recordings is played, and you have to identify the work (and perhaps the measure or movement). In practical terms, I should be able to load up a bank of mp3s, push a button, and be given a random clip of a pre-set time length. [more inside]
I see lots of writing submissions trackers, such as Duotrope and Assignmint, and job application trackers like Huntsy and StartWire. Is there a web app that helps me track multiple kinds of submissions? [more inside]
I recently got a Mac mini server hosted in a datacenter in order to host my CRM server, and now I'm wondering what other useful things I can do with it. [more inside]
What are some examples of small web apps that earn their creators a side-income? What are the stories behind them?
What are some examples of small web apps that earn their creators a side-income? What are the stories behind them? [more inside]
Is gathering application usage data for analytic purposes ethical? [more inside]
Need very simple collaborative software for a new organization.. [more inside]
Is there an app that has google maps integration that can do this? [more inside]
How do I learn programming from home? what's the best approach? [more inside]
Any Scrabble apps for Intel Macs with networked play? Not sure why this is so hard to find (unless there are none)!
Looking for software to run a small design firm...any suggestions? [more inside]
Must-have PDA applications?
Can anyone recommend a cheap (or Freeware) application for recording to mp3 (or something I can convert) from a line in that runs under WinXP? [more inside]