We only have one product, its called Frictionless, its designed to help people following the Getting Things Done methodology to “get things done” with as little time as possible spent tracking what they have to do. That is, it tries to reduce the amount of friction in all that to nothing. Oh, and its free, and it runs on MacOSX.
If you're not familiar with the Getting Things Done method, you'll find that Frictionless is basically a outline-style to-do list with some unique ways of slicing what you have to do to make your life easier. It also integrates with Quicksilver and Mail, so its very easy to add a to-do as needed.
I do a lot of programming in WebObjects, so I also host a collection of WebObjects Tips. I've been writing web applications for about 13 years now, if you can believe that. How time flies! I started by gradually building up my own web application framework with my business partner at the time. Eventually I decided to look around for something better then my own framework and found WebObjects. At the time WebObjects cost $50,000 to deploy, which scared a few people away so one of the first things I did was write a white paper to show that by the time you needed the full $50K license, you would have spent a lot more on then that on database licenses, internet connections, etc. These days, WebObjects is free if you deploy on Apple hardware, which I've found is actually one of the best deals going anyways.
Eventually I ended up writing a chapter for a book on WebObjects, "WebObjects 5.0 with Java". My chapter was called Components, and covered some of the things that I cover now in the tips section.
The dog on the left is named Tony, after Tony Soprano, the dog on the right is named Palooka, after something Bugs Bunny is always saying.