It also appears to be a "buyer beware" market as quite a few of them have disclaimers protecting the seller from any malicious code which might be hidden in the software they're selling. Silly part of the whole thing is that 99% (if not 100%) of the software being sold is readily available on the Internet. Some of it is even out-of-date.
Not one to let a good idea pass by, I am now offering the following (on separate CD's):
- a list of books which reside on my bookshelves
- a collection of howto's which I've written
- every bit of intellectual junk or garbage which I've authored and managed to save on three systems
- a digital album of the Crepe Myrtle growing n my front yard (bonus, Christmas shots from the neighborhood)
- a semi-humorous attempt at trying to explain my family tree (I have four half-sisters, three half-brothers, one foster sister, and one foster brother). Hint: One of those half-brothers has the same first name as me so two of my half-sisters don't take references to "this is my brother Daryl, this is my other brother Daryl" jokes too kindly. (Note: my name is not Daryl.)
Okay, too silly. Time to end this one.