All programs presented here are freeware, but
not public domain. "Freeware" is a free software,
by definition, that is, you shall never pay for it (and as far as I am
concerned, new versions of them shall also be free). I have found other
really stupid definitions to "freeware", like "oh, it's
freeware because you are free to use it however you want, but I can ask
you to pay for it whenever I feel like", damn be them all! I do use
all software I get my hands on as I please and don't give a crap for
anyone that thinks otherwise. If one doesn't want its software used
"inappropriately", DON'T RELEASE IT! Why are people so
unlimitedly idiot?! I'm sure they watch "The Simpsons" and
don't realize they are Homer Simpson...
Anyway, you can download, copy and use these freewares
as you want, but you cannot use them or any part of them in any other
program or product without my express permission, original or modified,
that's why they are not "public domain". You may modify
them for personal use, but you cannot distribute modified copies (this is
to avoid problems due to "bugs" introduced by others, I don't
want people getting modified versions and blaming me for others' errors).
If you want to distribute them within any commercial product, you cannot
charge anything for them and that MUST be made very clear on the
package and documentation, that is, that the programs must be
distributed free of charge, ever.
Important: to download any file, use
"Save link as..." (generally in the pop-up menu that appears
when you "click" the link with the right mouse button). Following
the link and using "Save as..." may give you a 7-bits truncated
version of it.
Binary file splitter, joiner, sum checker and encryptor/decryptor.
Revised version Bianca.3 (1998-November-12 Thursday). This program should
have been replaced by "Bee", which has more operations and a
better encryption system (the random number generator of SJ may enter in a
small sequence loop depending on the password). Due to a lack of free time,
Bee will take a long time to be released, it seems...
This program can create several kinds of stereograms, like the
popular bichromatic stereograms (red-blue stereograms) and the
"strange" (almost "mystical") SIS/SIRDS... The name
of the program is a homage to Iris, the Greek goddess of all optical
This is an .ANI file to use as mouse pointer in your operating
system, if it allows such customization, of course. Though I
created the file, the image of Petarou was taken from Konami's
"Yume Tairiku - Penguin
Adventure" MSX computer game,
so, if you like it, buy some original Konami software to
show them you appreciated it (I surely do!)
This is an .AVS file to use with WinAmp visualizer.
It responds to a music mimicking a Gradius like game play.
It will work with WinAmp 2.77 or later (it also works with a
few older versions, because it was developed for an earlier
version of the program, but I can't remember how old, once it
requires a not so old visualization routine to work...)