WordPress File Monitor

Monitors your WordPress powered site for changes to any of your files. Notifies you via email if changes are found.

Event Registration

This plugin is designed to allow you to take online registrations for events and classes. 

Lorizzle Ipsum: Gangsta Lorem Ipsum

This plugin was a quick fun project built during WordCamp Las Vegas using the gangsta lorem ipsum text from http://lorizzle.nl.

Stardate

The Stardate plugin converts your post/page dates to stardates (ie: Star Trek). It also allows you to use a shortcode or function (for themes) to drop the current stardate wherever you want.

TBTestimonials

A Testimonial Manager for WordPress that is powered by Custom Post Types. Really flexible design allows easy customization and there’s even a spiffy sidebar widget.

AnyFont

AnyFont allows you to automatically set any custom TrueType or OpenType font absolutely anywhere you want on your WordPress site. The plugin includes a style manager and simple text replacement options. Custom fonts can be rendered either as images or they can be embedded into the page using CSS3.

MapPress Easy Google Maps

MapPress is the easiest way to create great-looking Google Maps and driving directions in your blog.

MapPress adds an interactive map to the wordpress editing screens. When editing a post or page just enter any addresses you’d like to map.

Secure WordPress

This plugin provides important features that are crucial for the security of your WordPress site. SiteSecurity Monitor has implemented improvements after purchasing it. This is a great security plugin that has proven to be essential.

WordPress Font Uploader

Use any font anywhere on your WordPress site. This plugin makes it really easy to manage all of your custom fonts, and does it the right way, and is %100 cross browser compatable.

Widget Logic

This plugin gives every widget an extra control field called “Widget logic” that lets you control the pages that the widget will appear on.

The text field lets you use WP’s Conditional Tags, or any general PHP code.

There is also an option to add a WordPress ‘widget_content’ filter — this lets you tweak standard widgets to suit your theme without editing plugins and core code.