These are Macintosh files and programs that I've made for you to download.

BannerFilter 1.31 (64KiB)
A Mac OS X installer package for BannerFilter. This is my first installer package, and it seems to work for me on Mac OS X 10.3, but has not been fully tested. Let me know if it works for you or not.
Blip (1KiB)
Something to drive you and your friends mad, if you can find it. Not a virus, not an extension, not a control panel, not an application. :-)
Cannons and Castles 2.1 (410KiB)
A HyperCard adaptation of an Apple II game with two castles and a hill. You type in your angle and velocity, and try to blow up your opponent. Click here for more information.
Color Icons (11KiB)
Adds color to some of your system icons. Designed for System 7.1.2, but should mostly work under other systems. Includes simple documentation.
Disabled Folder (3KiB)
Ever wanted to disable a folder so others couldn't use it? Here's how. Includes documentation.
Fix CUPS Browsing (23KiB)
For some reason Apple disabled CUPS browsing in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, so printers shared by Linux/UNIX systems without Bonjour don't just magically show up like they did in 10.3 and 10.4. This script fixes it.
HyperComm (40KiB)
A HyperCard stack allowing you to send messages between two Macs on a network. Requires HyperCard 2.1 and System 7; receiving computer must have Program Linking turned on in the Sharing Setup control panel, and be running HyperCard (in any stack).
MacEyes 1.1 (14KiB)
Eyes on the screen follow the mouse cursor. Requires HyperCard 2.0.
Magic File Info (21KiB)
AppleScript droplet uses the UNIX file command to identify what kind of file you drop on it.
My face in disk icon (2KiB)
Custom System 7 icon I used to paste on my floppy disks; it's the Mac OS 8 disk icon with my face inserted.
NightTimer (25KiB)
A timer I threw together in AppleScript for my mom. It waits a user-specified amount of time, then either stops iTunes or puts the computer to sleep. Simple but effective. Universal binary, tested on 10.4 and 10.5.
PWP (4KiB)
Locks your computer until you enter a password. Not extremely secure, but good enough for younger sisters. Requires HyperCard 2.0. Includes documentation.
Startup Movie (1.6MiB)
3D animated movie of “Welcome to MacOS”. I was very impressed with 3D rendering technology when I made this back in 1996.
Tic-Tac-Toe (666KiB)
A Mac OS X port of my Tic-Tac-Toe game. It's a Cocoa application written in Perl with CamelBones. Yes, I ported a Web CGI written in C++ to a GUI application written in Perl. CamelBones is now included in the app, so you don't need to install it separately.
Unhide Library Folder (52KiB)
Mac OS X 10.7 “Lion” and later hide the ~/Library folder by default, which is stupid and annoying. This makes it visible.
What is HTML? (70KiB)
Introduction to making Web pages, for the novice. So simple my mother could understand it. In SimpleText Read Me format.
Win95 Startup Screen (244KiB)
Great for scaring people - cloudy blue sky, “Welcome to Windows 95”.
Wolf/Barney Music (3KiB)
Change the music from the shareware version of Wolfenstein 3D to Barney the Dinosaur's “I love you, you love me...”.
XFP 2.0 (17KiB)
Disables FoolProof™. Requires HyperCard 2.0, or the HyperCard Player. Very easy to use. Great for those who fix Macs in schools but don't have the passwords. It saved me a lot of time, back in the day.