On a trip back to my parents' this weekend I was scrounging around looking for my old Mac Performa system disc to try and reimage a few Power Macs I had dragged out of the campus computing center's dumpster, and I came across an old issue of MacWorld from December 1999. It had a very slight mention of Halo, "a third-person space warfare game that takes place on a ring-shaped world and ships for Macintosh early next year." With a little more digging, I came across the companion CD-ROM for that month's issue, which boasted of a Halo preview. After wrestling with hardware and software (don't ask, don't tell), I managed to get the video to my PC. It is a ~14 MB Quicktime video that begins with Steve Jobs talking at what I guess is the MacWorld Expo of '99 about Bungie and Halo, has a brief introduction of the game by the (then?) project lead, and then goes into what looks to be little more than a tech demo that contains some early Master Chief and Covenant Elite designs, what look to be the finished models of the Warthog and Banshee, and oddly enough, a backing score that was totally unchanged in the final version of the game (I thought the music was redone on the move to XBox, but what did I know). I'm wondering if anyone would be at all interested in this little video, and if so, would anyone care to host it? I find it pretty neat, but maybe I'm the only one that really takes a whole lot of interest in Halo's excessively long development cycle that took it from what sounded like a third-person strategy game on the Mac to a FPS on XBox.