From the Author's Home Page:
"In 1986 when I moved to the U.S., the Macintosh had been released two
years earlier, and the online scene was starting to take off, yet there
was little communications software available (Red Ryder by Scott Watson of
FreeSoft, Inc. was the major package of the day; Red Ryder BBS later
became Second Sight). I ported the popular WWIV BBS software for the PC
(by Wayne Bell, who has now sold the rights to WWIV Software Services), to
the Macintosh. I maintained and supported WWIV Mac BBS for a number of
years, but it suffered from a poor port, and eventually another WWIV BBS
clone, Hermes (by Frank Price of AOC Software, who sold the rights to
Lloyd Woodall of Computer Classifieds, who marketed it as Hermes II), took
over the Macintosh market, so I stopped supporting WWIV Mac BBS."
Terry Teague died in 2005.