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Double Commander

Double Commander is a cross platform dual-pane file manager inspired by the Windows-only Total Commander. In addition to allowing users to move files between the two directories displayed in its two panes, Double Commander can also compare the contents of those directories. It can be set either to highlight files that differ or those that are identical. For files that differ, Double Commander...

https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/
Jamulus

Jamulus is a low-latency streaming audio platform that "enables musicians to perform real-time jam sessions over the internet." Any connection with a bandwidth of over 200 Kbps and a ping time to the Jamulus servers of less than 40ms should suffice. If none of the public Jamulus servers have sufficiently low ping times, users may opt to run their own server as well. The Getting Started page on the...

http://llcon.sourceforge.net/
Pacific Coast Architecture Database

Architecture aficionados will delight in the Pacific Coast Architecture Database (PCAD). Alan Michelson, head of the Built Environments Library at the University of Washington-Seattle, first launched the site in 2002 as "CAD" (California Architecture Database). In 2005, a career move to the University of Washington allowed him to expand the project to include Oregon and Washington. PCAD documents...

http://pcad.lib.washington.edu/
Moving the Line: Shifting Borders and Disparities in American Cities

Created by Parsons School of Design student Joe Steele, Moving the Line: Shifting Borders and Disparities in American Cities is an interactive data visualization project exploring the relationship between "interpersonal prejudice" and "institutional causes" of discrimination. The resource begins by providing a brief history of redlining, a process defined as "the selective denial of credit and...

https://jsteele2003.github.io/msdv_thesis/redlining/dist/ind...
Buildings

Currently on its 10th volume, Buildings is a "peer-reviewed, open access journal on building science, building engineering and architecture." At the link above, readers can browse articles from all of these volumes. The Journal Browser tool on the left-hand side invites readers to filter by volume and issue, and the journal's home page lists articles in order of recency. Click on a piece to view...

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/buildings