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Dockyard is a "dock switcher" for Mac OS X. It allows you to have multiple docks and switch between them with one click. You can even switch Dashboard configurations along with your dock. Instead of a normal application, this version of Dockyard is a...

Dog Tags

Dog Tags 1.0

Display your pets name or a message on the front of this Dog Tags widget. Change fonts and click to order real dog tags on the back of widget. Loveyourpets.com Dog Tags widget is shaped like a dog bone...

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When asking how long a dog is expected to live, one should keep in mind the difference between total years and total healthy years. Some dogs will be healthy and active almost all their lives, while others may suffer from diseases which dramatically...

Have you ever had a great idea for a business or web site, and by the time you checked, the domain name you wanted had been taken the day before? Now, with the flick of your wrist*, you can research your idea and register your domain name as soon as it...

DonateBot

DonateBot 1.0

Donate to charity for free simply by running a small program in the background. In exchange for your unused CPU processing power, you will give to the charity of your choice. This application contains NO POPUPS, NO SPYWARE, NO ADWARE. You can donate...

DoppleViewer is a resizable widget that displays doppler radar images from the National Weather Service. It includes all radar sites in the US and will cycle through base reflectivity, composite reflectivity, and rainfall when clicked.What is new in this...

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Drag

Drag 1.0

With Drag you can customise your Mac desktop with floating dashboard widgets. Drag the widget that you want to detach. While still dragging, press the keyboard shortcut again. The Dashboard will disappear but the widget will stay. You can move it...

DTV Countdown is a widget that tracks the time remaining until the FCC-imposed end of analog TV broadcasts on February 17, 2009. After that date, all US TV broadcasts will be digital (but not necessarily high definition) and analog TVs will be unable to...