At 1:54 PM -0400 8/7/10, David Hutto wrote:
On Sat, Aug 7, 2010 at 1:46 PM, tedd <tedd.sperl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Experience and money are never a waste of time *to me*.
but did they make money off of the video, was it branded?
If not, then it was a great promo, even without seeing it, I've
'seen' the buzz.
We are probably be talking about different things.
I am talking about my Quarters game I wrote several years ago -- you
can play it here:
You see, in December 1999, I wrote a Macintosh freeware application
that did the same thing as shown above. I placed a link on my
web-site to download the application, namely:
I then contacted several shareware sites online and gave them the
link for them to use/advertise.
In February of 2000, Mac World ran an article and mentioned my
Quarters game. Several other magazines followed with similar
articles. As a result, my site experienced thousands of downloads and
many of the shareware sites I shared my link with reported similar
Over the following decade, I received lot's of paying request for the
secret to the game.
However, what I did was pretty simple -- there was nothing
outstanding. There was no video, nor branding, it was just an
interesting experience *for me*.
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