BBEdit Lite - free text editor. very useful Net Monitor - shows incoming and outgoing bandwidth. freeware. Interachy - FTP Client (shareware) Thoth - Usenet reader. Shareware - but handles binaries very well Photoshop Elements - basically Photoshop Lite. Commercial. MissingMediaBurner - freeware front end to cdrdao - burns .bin/cue files (freeware) unrar - command line app to decode rar's. freeware. MPlayerOSX - plays Divx files without modification. freeware. vlc - plays Divx, VCD's, SVCD's, DVD's. freeware overnet - commandline P2P client. ( http://www.overnet.com ) Direct Connect - file sharing client based on 'hubs'
These are the programs that are always running:
iPhoto (I never bother to close it)
These are my programs running when I'm on the network
Internet Explorer (40%) (for school stuff)
Adium (iChat is too slow!)
Direct Connect on the RIT hub
BB Edit Lite OSX
Captain FTP (the best FTP client out there)
Dreamweaver (10% of the time)
Divx Validator (for the movies off of DC)
Text Edit (60%, the rest goes to BB Edit)
Remote Desktop to Window XP
MacJanitor (for the cron jobs)
Hmm, now that I think about it, I might need to put another 256 in my PB and max it out.