I developed a stand-alone personal calendar / page-a-day date book application for Macintosh, which was published under a revenue-share contract.
I worked as a subcontractor for The Princeton Review. My task was to create a Macintosh version of their Windows-based LSAT Test Preparation software product. The project was completed under budget, in half the allotted time.
I created a computer version of the popular game, Monopoly™, because my friends and I could not afford to buy one. We enjoyed the fact that the game moved much faster without having to handle dice and property cards, and the value of a computer-based (and therefore non-corruptible) banker should go without saying. My version [...]
My first computer, the Commodore VIC-20, had 5Kbytes of RAM and no way to create graphics. For reference, today’s iPod Nano has more than 1,000,000 times that capacity, at the same price. I found a way to re-design the character set glyphs, enabling primitive sprites.