One of my favorite movies is "Dr. Strangelove, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb." If you haven't seen it yet, I highly recommend it as it is as relevant today as it was when Stanley Kubrick directed it in 1964. One of the most absurd and last scenes of the film is meant to take place in the war room of the Pentagon. Air Force General Buck Turgidson, played by George C. Scott, fanatically argues to the president, played by Peter Sellers, that "we must not allow a mine shaft gap!" For those that might be to young or have forgotten, this is a reference to the ridiculous notion during the cold war. During the arms race between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. the difference, or gap, in the number of missiles was called the "missle gap".
SpringDial puts speed dials of your contacts on the SpringBoard of a jailbroken iPhone. The advantage of this is over using the Webclip method is that it is more of a true speed dial. Safari doesn't have to load, and you are not asked to confirm the call. If you happen to have a photo for the contact in your Address Book (don't know what Apple is doing for windows users, so this is probably only available for Mac OSX users, but you can edit the contact on the iPhone to add a photo), then it is what is used as the icon for the contact.
iHeaders is a quick and dirty comparison of the different header files for developing jailbroken applications on the iPhone. It compares one firmware version of a header file to another in an attempt to write more backwards compatible apps.
I made this widget along time ago, and it was more just checking out how to make widgets for Mac OSX Dashboard. It tells you what is currently playing on one of my favorite radio stations here in Seattle. Think it is of no use since it is for a broadcast radio station? Well you can stream KEXP here: http://kexp-mp3-128k.cac.washington.edu:8000/listen.pls.