OT: Home wanted for If Monks Had Macs
-= JB =-
sundown at pacifier.com
Thu Dec 31 18:39:37 EST 2009
Macintosh Garden is a good place for Mac Software that is no
longer being sold.
A lot of times they will link their larger files to be downloaded at
I am sure they would love to post your program and the proper links
since they are dedicated to saving old software and providing people
with a way to download it.
On Dec 31, 2009, at 7:10 AM, Graham Samuel wrote:
> I just picked this up from the Tidbits digest. It seems like a good
> cause and I wonder if any lister here might be able to help. Just a
> thought. Sorry if people think it's a waste of bandwidth.
>> 4. post-commercial software - best way to give my If Monks had
>> Macs away?
>> Initial Message
>> Posted by: Brian Thomas Date: Dec 30, 2009.
>> Hello, Happy New Year to all.
>> I'm the author of If Monks had Macs, a classic CD-ROM that still
>> interests folks today and that works in Snow Leopard (and on
>> Windows as well). It might be the longest running multimedia
>> project in history. However, Monks is 21 years old this winter and
>> I think it's time it made its own way in the world. I would like
>> to make it a free download, and I'm asking for suggestions for
>> ways to do that.
>> I can't afford to pay to give Monks away so I'm looking for
>> suggestions or offers for free hosting. I have a mobileme account,
>> but there is probably a better way than having folks log on to my
>> public folder. It doesn't seem to allow regular downloads.
>> Monks for Macs is 200 megabytes, the Windows version is about the
>> same. However, they both share the same 150 mbs of art & audio.
>> My regular website can't host the files. However, if you visit it
>> you will see that to celebrate Monk's 21st birthday I have just
>> quietly made available a free re-make for one of the games in
>> Monks that I want. It is beautifully illustrated, quick and deep.
>> And it is an excellent reminder or introduction to what Monks is.
>> The remake of Killing Time will be formally announced with the
>> release of the free Monks early next year:
>> Brian Thomas
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