The wirejunkie site is home to a number of useful documents, listed below.
The KeyGlove is a glove interface with many press-studs on the fingers, thumb and palm, which when touched together generate a keypress in the same manner as a keyboard. It is intended to be used as an input device for a wearable computer. The original idea came from an article at eyetap.org (currently available via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine), but in this version the press-studs have been moved to more comfortable positions, and the keys have been mapped in a different fashion through software.
From time to time we have put together some utilities to make our lives a bit easier. You will find some of these on this page. They are free, so take 'em if you want 'em.
Devout is a utility that exports email from Microsoft Outlook 2000 to Evolution mbox format.
Many and varied are the other useful bits & pieces out there on the web. Here we have listed some we have found of especial value.