11/26/2006: Painter's Picker 2.1.1 released.
11/25/2006: iPiece 1.1 released.
7/7/2006: iPiece 1.0 released.
iPiece will show a magnifier window right next to your cursor. Whenever you want to see things closer, double-click the eyeglasses icon in the menu bar and iPiece's magnifier will appear. When you're done with the magnifier, double-click the icon again and it will disappear until you want it back.
Painter's Picker 2.1.1
Painter's Picker puts an interactive color wheel in almost every Mac OS X application. Find the colors that best match your design quickly. Create and share harmonious color schemes in almost any macintosh application. Have a color wheel handy whenever you need it. Painter's Picker is the simplest way to perform complex color selection in almost any Mac OS X application.
One Finger Snap 1.3.1
One Finger Snap is a Preference Pane that brings up the contextual menu whenever you click and hold down the mouse button. This means that you can do everything with a single-button mouse that you can do with a 2-button mouse. Don't throw away that 1-button mouse. Don't carry around a clunky mouse with your powerbook. Don't think that you've lost a second mouse button when you switch from that other OS. Just click and hold wherever you would normally right-click.
LazyMouse is a Preference Pane that moves your cursor to the default button whenever a dialog box appears on your screen. In other words, it will save you time moving the mouse to dismiss dialogs.
Bullseye is a file launcher that goes where you go. Press its hot key and it appears directly under your cursor. Your applications appear within easy reach all around. Just move your mouse in the direction of the item you want and click.
Podcast AV 0.8.7
Podcast AV lets you enhance your podcasts by adding links and pictures to them. These podcasts can then be viewed in iTunes 4.9 or on an iPod with a color screen. Make your podcasts with aac, wav, aiff, mp3 or any other audio file format that Quicktime supports. Add images and links to get your point across clearly. Output to your color iPod or to the web and iTunes.
My Favorite Things 1.5.2
My Favorite Things puts the things you use most right at your fingertips. It sorts its menu based on what you do most often. You can use it to launch anything on your computer or on the Internet. Open applications or websites, send email, even launch terminal commands and applescripts. And best of all, the things you use most will be the easiest to find from its menu bar icon or with a hot key you define.