Free, gratis, complementary, on the house, at no charge, for the low-dough price of $0.00.
Cash, Checks, Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Money Orders, and Small Farm Animals are not accepted.
There is no easy way in the Finder to move a file from one folder to another, unless both the starting folder and the ending folder are in view at the same time. Typically, one ends up opening a second Finder window and navigating to the destination folder, then dragging the file to it, then closing the second window. Not good.
Here’s the easier way: Move To. It’s an automator script. After installing it (easy instructions included), when you right-click a file or folder in the Finder, simply choose “Move to...” from the Services menu. A standard Mac navigation window will appear (see image at left) in which you choose the destination folder. Press the Choose button. Done.
Jim’s San Juan
San Juan, by Andreas Seyfarth, is an outstanding card game for 2-4 players. It's reasonably easy to learn, has plenty of depth and nuance, and just the right amount of luck. It's simply a lot of fun.
JSJ is you versus 1-3 pretty good AI players, which are modifiable. I didn't include the rules, since I really intend the game to be played by those who own the actual card game, but I am sure they can be tracked down in the wilds of the web.
Jim’s San Juan is an older app (developed using RealBasic 2005), but it runs fine under Mac OS X 10.6 or earlier.
Prime is a little app that generates prime numbers. It might not have much practical use, but it's a little amazing (to me, at least) to see it find all 664,579 prime numbers up to 10,000,000 in 1.47 seconds on a MacBook Pro.
I made it a few years ago to learn about threading and was inspired by reading Prime Obsession by John Derbyshire.
In March 2009, I updated Prime to use Objective-C 2.0’s automatic memory management and properties. Because Prime displays all the resulting prime numbers in a table, it can use a lot of memory if you search beyond, say, 100,000,000 or so.