Fortunate displays a quotation in a window. Fortunate is a Cocoa/Objective-C graphical front-end to the command-line BSD fortune (included) which, since the dawn of time, has been providing countless seconds of fun each time a user logs in. Amazingly, this still runs very nicely on Intel Macs and Leopard. I'm planning a new Universal build soon with some new features...
Request-O-Matic lets you make HTTP GET and POST requests, letting you specify headers and request-bodies in a convenient UI, and shows you the response from the server. You can save requests in a file to repeat them later - great for testing CGI/ISAPI/NSAPI type programs running on a web server (like WebObjects applications), which are serving data not in HTML format (so that you can't do your testing in a browser).
Fortunate displays a fortune (obtained from the command-line fortune) in a window, with simple menu options to change fortunes, and copy the current fortune into the pasteboard. NOTE: This is not for MacOS X 10.0 or MacOS X Server 10.0 or higher - use version 3 above.
This program is in the Public Domain
This is a port of the command-line fortune program included with FreeBSD. The package includes the binaries and modified sources required to build on OS X Server. NOTE: This is not for MacOS X 10.0 or MacOS X Server 10.0 or higher - use version 3 above.
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This program is in the Public Domain (except for bits of the source which fall under the MiscKit license) and includes full source, and a quad-FAT binary.