The above links are not working currently. Send email to Athelstan if you are interested in the programs. However, it is probably better to use a Windows simulator and run the Windows software/demos.
HyperACE by Philip Hubbard -- will post if there is a request for it (and Phil does not object).
Indo-European roots (45K) Allows the user to explore the paths associated with a set of English words from PIE through Latin, Greek and Old English.
Grimm's Law (80K) The student has to apply Grimm's Law to Latin/Greek words and guess the cognate English words.
Morphology problems (125K) The student has to solve three morphology problems of the standard sort.
Comparative Reconstruction (80K) A simple reconstruction problem. Hints guide the students in their reconstructions of proto-forms.
Transcription (1 MB) Simple exercises in American English transcription.
Phonetics (1MB) Presentation and testing of vowels in American and British English.
Athelstan Newsletter and Technology Yearbook are available online. These publications are now historical rather than current documents. They date from a time when the use of technology was not common in language learning and are an attempt to collect resources and explain CALL, etc.