The purpose of this web site is to distribute free computer software and music created by members of the Bazley family. Unfortunately, the software will only work on machines running (ex-Acorn) RISC OS . In all likelihood you are using Microsoft Windows, which is not directly compatible (although Acorn emulators are available). This web site is also home to many free patch WAD files for id Software's Doom, the antecedent of most first-person-shooter games, which has been ported to many computer systems (including RISC OS).
Use the links on the left to open different pages. If you can't see a navigation frame (yet your browser supports frames), then you may wish to re-enter this site from the top level.
Martin has infrequently-updated accounts at both Twitter (slightly NSFW) and deviantART.
Quantum Software used to have a very nice selection of picturesque desktop backdrops for download, which have now thankfully been preserved.
Jared Tarbell's Gallery of Computation showcases amazing computer-generated artwork, some of which has a startling resemblance to natural forms.
Point of Inquiry is a podcast to which I regularly enjoy listening. It is produced by the Center for Inquiry, which promotes science, reason, free inquiry and secularism.
The Brick Testament is a fascinating recreation of many Bible stories using LEGO building blocks. Gain invaluable knowledge such as 'When to Stone Your Whole Family'!
The Thunderbirds Drinking Game might enliven an evening if you are fond of this classic 1960's television series.
Tom Hughes's WimpMon is an essential tool for any RISC OS programmer.
Pontus Lurcock's satirical guide to finding fame and fortune by writing an Acorn PD program is amusing.
Funnies (a.k.a. Your Slice of Geek Culture) - collected from various sources by Richard Murray.
Austin Tate's Gerry Anderson Web Area has more beautiful 3-D models than you can shake a stick at.
The Flying Pig's Decide program is an imaginative desktop silly that helps you make decisions.
Zarquon's Manifesto is an amusing rant on various topics including the Microsoft monopoly, computer illiteracy, dominance of style over content, bad movies and the music industry.