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(PC) is a Personal Information Manager (PIM) that contains a
full-featured appointment reminder and a notepad. PC displays a three-month
scrollable calendar, a running analog and digital clock, and a time-oriented
event (to-do) list and a text note list. A historical tracking (a diary) is made
of events and notes, which can all be printed. Warnings and alarms (ticklers)
tell when something is pending or overdue.
Driven by a simple flexible menu interface, Personal Calendar can be run under all releases of Microsoft Windows, or also as a TSR (pop up) program under MS-DOS. TSR use interrupts you at the earliest event. As a TSR, an extremely small 6K byte kernel remains in conventional memory, with the balance swapped to expanded memory or disk. TSR programming is extremely stable and environment-sensitive.
Personal Calendar runs as a task under Microsoft Windows 3.x, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows 2003; in DOS Merge under UNIX, in a DESQview window, on a Mac under SoftPC, or in a DOS window under OS/2. Personal Calendar is year-2000 compliant, and is written by Paul M. Colman.
DISKLEFT is a program to quickly display a profile of
all logical drives of your hard disks, correct to the byte. For those in
multasking environments (DESQview, Windows, etc), or on networks, the /MONITOR
option is useful to watch disappearing disk space, as applications in other
windows write to files.
The original classic Adventure game, also called
. Here is our implementation for the PC, for
your enjoyment. In real life, the Colossal Cave in this game is actually based
on Bedquilt Cave, within the Mammoth Cave system in Kentucky. To find out more
about the history of Adventure, check out:
Colossal Cave Adventure Page by Rick Adams.
Adventure Source Code
And here is the ultimate cheater's delight for the
classic Adventure game. Source code, data base, data base generator, perfect
game guide, and map information generator. Everything you need to create the
game (assuming you have your own FORTRAN compiler). Adventure was originally
developed in the early 1970's by William Crowther and Don Woods for a DEC PDP-10
mainframe computer. This is the source code for my PC version.
Order Personal Calendar now by credit card
Through the DigiBuy order service, you can use Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, or Diners Club to purchase a fully-licensed ("registered") version of Personal Calendar, right here on the Internet. To ensure that you get the latest version, DigiBuy will notify us on the day of your order, and we will ship your fully-licensed version directly to you.
Click this link to enter your order. (or click the picture below).
You may order a single licensed copy of Personal
Calendar, or take advantage of quantity discounts for your site or organization.
Personal Calendar Price List Number Price Discount Of Copies Per Copy Amount 1 $39.00 US 2 - 4 34.71 11% 5 - 10 31.98 18% 11 - 20 29.25 25% 21 - 50 26.13 33% 51 - 100 23.01 41% 101 - 300 19.89 49% 301 - 500 16.77 57% 501 - 1,000 13.65 65% 1,001 up $10.53 US 73%
Your Order Will Contain ...
When we process your order, we send you the latest version on a diskette which is personalized with your name and serial number. When you install the program, this personalized information is saved. Once installed, all registration reminders which were present in the evaluation version then disappear. We also send you a printed copy of the Users Manual, other selected utilities, and information on various special special offers. You will also be eligible for discounts on future upgrades, and for discounts on future additional-quantity purchases.
Questions about the status of the shipment of your order, refunds, registration options, product details, technical support, dealer pricing, and any other issue which is not an order must be directed to us through customer service and technical support.
Customer Service and Technical Support
Click this link now for credit card orders.
For all other customer service, technical support,
questions about the status of the shipment of an order, refunds, registration
options, product details, dealer pricing, and any other
issue which is not an order, contact us by postal mail, telephone,
EMail, or fax:
Paul M. Colman
P.O. Box 2277
Springfield, VA 22152-0277
Who We Are
FunStuff Software is a small software company. We believe in providing you with the best possible product and service. This concept has always been fundamental in our approach to product development, production and marketing. FunStuff Software has been in business continuously since 1987. Please let us know your questions, comments or suggestions.
Revised: 29 April 2011