Java Apps Becoming Useful

I'm no Java fan, but I find myself using more and more Java applications:
  • Eclipse a program for programmers which is surprisingly powerful and quite responsive. I'm using Eclipse not only for Java programming (blech) but also for Python and Web development.
  • FreeMind is a great mind-mapping tool. I'm using it for keeping notes and todo lists, mostly. The interface and keyboard setup is very very intuitive.
  • KisKis (Keep it Secret! Keep it Safe!). It's a password manager which I prefer to use instead of PasswordSafe.
  • Frink is a calculating tool which I love using for unit conversion (even goes online to find the latest currency prices).


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