An instant messenger.
AIM, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo, Jabber, IRC, Gadu-Gadu, Novell GroupWise Messenger, and more.
Only tested with IRC.
Multiple regular-video formats. Simple and works.
2007-04-28 - While it works if compiled (slowly) from source, and can sync audio properly now that I've tried it again.. it can't capture a reasonable-sized screen. It doesn't even get the aspect ratio right.
xvidcap (gvidcap) - says it can record audio, and it can, but it doesn't do it right. I have to research this problem.
It's pretty corny crappy stuff. Five hours of it!! The subtitles are totally wrong sometimes.
An audio player.
A really fucking inexcusably-ugly audio player. Thankfully abandoned.
Note that xmms.org is not their website! See What ever happened to XMMS.ORG?
bmp was meant to be a GTK port, but it was ultimately abandoned.
more coming later
A straightforward but powerful window manager.
Openbox has been my window manager of choice for years now. Over that time, I've amassed some significant knowledge which I'll try to maintain here.
An ex-commando's daughter is kidnapped in a ploy to have him help overthrow a foreign government, but this single father will instead fight to rescue her.
This is a movie that gets to the god damned point. It's full of tension and action, and every other line is memorable. It holds up exceptionally well, only being unsurprisingly limited by the lack of mobile phones in 1985.
I really hope you like steel drums.
Well, it's got a sellout anime feeling to it. The graphics and sound are more cartoonish. A number of the annoyances of the first game have been hammered out, but there is a "toy" quality to the game which replaces the original gritty feeling of the original game.
My notes are for the PlayStation 2 version.