Over the years I've worked on several projects that, for one reason or another, have become pretty much obsolete. Most of the ones listed below were made with my friend Deane. Yeah, we're both pretty geeky.
For the most part I am listing these here only for historical reasons, as I doubt anyone will actually use them these days. For now I've provided links back to the previous version of this site, where you can find all the relevant information.
The PADD is a free Star Trek styled application launcher for an ancient device called a 'PDA'. It is actually really cool (well, more so if you are a Star Trek fan), and pretty well featured.
If you have a device running Windows CE 2.x or 3.0 you are in luck! Too bad all these devices probably exist only in landfills.
In the early days of the PDA they were a little lacking in the application management department. This was our solution, which was actually pretty nice. Eventually the operating systems started providing decent built in solutions of their own.
This was our port of an open source Sokoban game implementation for Windows and Windows CE devices. Technically this one is still relevant, as the version for Windows should still run!
Quake III Arena Maps
I made these maps back in 2000. Surprisingly, they are still available in the files database over at planet Quake!
Vertigo - Half-Life Mod
We wrote this mod for the original Half-Life back in 1999. We added a jetpack and made a few other minor changes to the game.