I developed these applications for free distribution. There are some
for Windows, OS/2 and DOS. They are free, so make and distribute as many
copies as you like.
Click the title of the application to see more information about it.
LCARS Display screen saver
Version 1.00, Windows, 4/20/97
- Screen saver with animated Library Computer Access and Retrieval System
(LCARS) displays like those on the Star Trek TV series and movies. Click this
link to see actual screen images!
The B'Elanna Torres Technical Advisor
Version 1.00, Windows, 6/2/96
- When you need help with a technical problem, ask B'Elanna Torres, the
Chief Engineer of the starship Voyager! The half human, half klingon
engineer answers yes/no questions and gives technical advice.
Version 2.00, DOS, 10/25/95
- Prints ASCII text files on an HP LaserJet compatible printer. It uses
a small font and can print multiple columns of text per page, landscape or
portrait. Great for program code listings - once you use it you'll wonder
how you ever got by without it!
Version 1.00, OS/2, 11/6/95
- "Answering machine" lets you send, receive and manage messages across
any network. Maybe just a historical amusement now that Instant Messaging is
common, but it was quite an advancement back when I wrote it.
I wrote these programs for fun in my spare time, and am not likely
to make improvements or fixes unless you ask me to. An e-mail telling me
how much you love one of these apps greatly increases your chance of
getting an upgraded version.
I provide all of this software "as is", with no express or implied
warranty. By using it you are accepting responsibility for any problems
you might have while running it.
If you have a problem, check the web page for that program. There may
be a hint for fixing it or a newer version of the program that avoids it.
If you have a problem that isn't explained here, send me an e-mail
at the address on the bottom of this page. I don't promise to fix every
problem, but I will help if I can. Please allow a couple of weeks for me
to respond since I don't check my e-mail very often.