Facebook Desktop is an impressive light-weight app that brings notifications from your Facebook news stream to the desktop. Available for Windows and Mac.
FLV Player HD is a simple program that can playback Flash Video files (FLV) on your desktop. The FLV Player is freeware and available for Windows, Mac and Linux.
If you are carrying a Tablet PC or any other Touch-Screen computer, here's a cross platform desktop client that will help you interact with Facebook using simple pen and touch input.
Sribbly is a nice note taking application that sits in your system tray and lets you quickly jot down notes, to-do lists and any other text-based information. You can also email yourself notes later with a click.
Compare the best public and private colleges and universities in America visually with an AIR App that uses data from US New and World Report magazine rankings.
Want to turn websites into desktop widgets (or gadgets)? Read this article as it describes how you can put you favorite web pages on the desktop with a free utility available for Mac and Windows.
With the Adobe Keyboard Shortcut app, you can easily find shortcuts for any Adobe software that is part of the Adobe Creative Suite application. Available for Mac and PC.
Adobe Flash Catalyst that lets designers convert native Photoshop or Illustrator files into interactive Flash (SWF) presentations without writing a single line of code.
iGoogler is an Adobe AIR application that lets you access iGoogle, or your personalized Google home page, from the desktop.
If you are writing a document or doing some design work, you may use Font Picker to preview and compare fonts on your computer. Font Picker is available as a free online application or you can install it on the desktop as well.
Read Google Reader subscriptions offline on the road with Scoop, a free AIR app available for Mac, Windows and Linux. It keeps track of multiple Google Reader accounts simultaneously. Read, tag and star your blog posts anywhere Scoop will synchronize your changes with Google when youâ€™re back online.