"Bill's Games" is a collection of over a dozen free, web-based
games that work with practically any web browser.
The site works perfectly with WebTV's and other TV-based web
browsing appliances, as well as with desktop browser clients like
Netscape and Internet Explorer.
Especially popular with the "grandmother" demographic (mainly for
the Klondike Solitaire game), this site has won numerous awards
and has been mentioned in books, magazines and newspapers around
"New Breed Software" is currently just a pseudonym that I use
when releasing software.
I've released a number of games for the Linux operating system,
including a few which have been reviewed in magazines,
published on CDROM's, and/or incorporated into official
I also publish web software, including a popular CGI-based chat
client and web development libraries, for Unix and Linux.
Finally, I also publish a few Atari 8-bit programs I've written,
and run an Atari 8-bit software search engine which indexes a
massive amount of files off of a number of independently-run
Atari FTP- and web-sites.
"WebFX" is another award-winning and well-published site.
It's a tool which allows people to manipulate graphics over the
web using just a web browser. Because of this, it is also
quite popular with WebTV users, who appreciate having a
graphics tool at their disposal without needing a PC.
Linux Users' Group of
I was president or vice president of LUGOD for the first 5 and
a half years. LUGOD is a club which meets twice
a month to discuss and demonstrate the GNU/Linux operating
While originally designed and created by my friend Marianne, I
currently do almost all of the maintenance of the website.
Davis Game Design Club
"DGDC" was a club I founded which was meant to provide a place to
meet for artists, programmers, musicians, and anyone else
interested in the design and creation of video games.
I designed and maintained the website, as well as scheduling and
hosting the meetings. Unfortunately, the webserver it was on died,
and since interested seemed to be dwindling, I just let it died.
A site I created dedicated to the Linux-based "Indrema"
video game console. Unfortunately, the device never got created.
The site was full of links to interesting news about the system,
plus lots more meant to get people up to speed with what it was.
This site is a multimedia tribute to the classic Atari 8-bit
computer game of 1979, "Star Raiders." It was the first
3D space simulations, and is still one of the best.
It contains a number of game screenshots created using an
emulator, as well as an HTML version of the entire game manual,
among other things.
"Web Turtle" is a little-known web-based programming language that
I created based on the concept of "turtle graphics."
A person can program in Web Turtle's geometric language, using
any graphical web browser, and create images!
During my studies at Sonoma State Univeristy, I created a number
of web-based projects, most interactive, rather than simply turning
in paper assignments.