javashout is a program for shouting mp3s to a shoutcast server. It runs on any system, takes very little cpu time and has some nifty features. You can remotely connect to it via telnet and change options while it's running. You can also attach another shout to the back of javashout, allowing you to alternate between using a playlist and manually choosing songs painlessly without skips or jerks in the sound.
x10mp3 is a plugin for XMMS to control it using X10's Mp3Remote, which comes with Mp3Anywhere, Mp3Anywhere 2000, or DVDAnywhere. It has all the functionality of X10's BOOM2000 software for Windows, plus other handy features like muting, skipping around inside tracks, and balance control.
MJS is a console MP3 Jukebox System. It aims to be easy to use, especially on a dedicated mp3-player. It shows the file selector, playlist, and playback info windows at the same time. Searching and playlist saving/loading is also posible. The system is in use at our students'union bar and is designed to be used in a public place. A console screensaver that displays the current song and text of your choice is available. A `Hitlist'utility is also available.
TiVonage allows Vonage customers to use a TiVo to manage their voice mail, including checking for new messages, listening to messages, viewing caller ID and address info, and returning calls via Click2Call. To use TiVonage, you must have a network-connected Series 2 TiVo and a computer with Java installed.
MobileMpd.Net is a small program that can be used to control a MPD (Music Player Daemon) server using a WiFi enabled Windows Mobile device. The software supports the start, stop, next, prev, repeat, and random functions, volume control, playlist addition and removal, and a music directory treeview.