Seth's software auction

by Giles Turnbull

Seth Dillingham needs just a handful more applications to reach his target of 100 great Mac apps, the reward for participants in his charity fundraising event in aid of cancer research and treatment.

The premise is simple: Mac developers donate at least five licenses for their applications, and Seth assembles them into glorious packages of software goodness. You then get to bid for one of these amazing packages in an auction. The retail value of each package is already topping the $24,000 mark; but the winning auction bid will be a fraction of that.

So if you’re a developer who’s not yet contributed, now’s the time to get in touch. And if you’re a mere punter like me, keep an eye on Seth’s site for details of how to place your bids when the auction starts.