Use this to record any audio playing on your mac, whether it is from a game, website, streaming radio station, or DVD.
From their website :VLC (initially VideoLAN Client) is a highly portable multimedia player for various audio and video formats (MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX, mp3, ogg, ...) as well as DVDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols. It can also be used as a server to stream in unicast or multicast in IPv4 or IPv6 on a high-bandwidth network.
This freeware FTP and SFTP browser is one of the most Mac-like that I have come across.
Personally I am completely satisfied with Safari and rarely use anything else, but just in case you want to try out a different web browser, there are three different choices over at Mozilla for you to pick from. You can use the full
Read any text by scrolling from side to side through a simple interface. It's a completely different look on the way we view text on a computer, and is much more like reading a book.
Freeware program to store recipes. It has a great little feature to automatically do conversions based on how many people your recipe feeds and how many you want to make it for.
Double-click installation of Apache2 for Mac OS X
Double-click installation of MySQL for Mac OS X
Double-click installation of PHP4 with over 50 extensions enabled for Mac OS X
Enable Postfix features for Mac OS X. Postfix is installed by default on OS X, but requires some configuration changes to use it. This application does that for you. In addition, it sets up POP3 and IMAP mail servers for you to use and can help you generate certificates for secure encrypted connections.
Great open-source MySQL manager. Use this to manage databases on any server. I use this daily for my work. I do still need phpMyAdmin installed on a system for a few things, most notably for managing users, but other than that, this is the one to use.
Cocoa wrapper for the command line script HTMLTidy. This will take any amount of crappy HTML code and make it pretty, fix errors, and reformat it to my liking. I open this up at least once or twice a day.
The gold standard as far as simple text editing goes. Opens large amounts of files fast, does code syntax coloring for almost every language ever invented, and has a nice live HTML preview feature that uses the Safari engine to render in real-time as you type.
Included with the Developer Tools CD that comes with Mac OS X. This is a great IDE. For what I do, I don't use more than 10% of the features that this program comes with, but it is a great tool to manage whole websites.