Software for bird lovers

By day I am a software programmer. By night I...write software. The birds have inspired a few things you can freely download. Please don't distribute these elsewhere without permission or without giving me credit:

Jacqueline Landman Gay

Casey's Solitaire

Casey's Solitaire

Not your usual solitaire game. If you've ever tried to play cards while your parrot is out, you'll be a natural with this.

See my commercial web page for more info. Casey's Solitaire is now available for all mobile devices.

Bird Clock

Bird Clock

I needed an alarm clock on my computer, so I put together the Bird Clock. Besides showing off Sierra, Casey, and Paladin, you can add your own photo. Use the button near the "3" position to change images.

It tells the time in both analog and digital formats.

Download available for both Mac and Windows.

Canary Songs

Canary Songs

I wrote this software to teach my young canary to sing, but you might like it just to have bird song in the house without the accompanying mess. Think of it as a sort of birdy iTunes.

RunRev’s RevUp newsletter ran an article about this stack which explains how to create and script your own.

Canary Songs is available as a LiveCode stack. You'll need a copy of LiveCode to run it.

Canary Songs runs on any OS.


Code Bits

  • On-Rev CGI example: A rotating image display that uses very little code, thanks to iRev scripting. Gives you a look at my own garden flowers too.

  • CGIs in irev pages. Combine old-style Rev CGIs with on-rev scripts.


  • MadLibs Make a crazy story. You never know what you'll get. Madlibs is an experiment using posted data within an iRev script.

Jacque’s pen

The birds