www.ticalc.org Biggest archives, maybe too big.
tigcc.ticalc.org The Website of the tigcc
project. That includes the compiler, a68k assembler, massive
amount of documentation (some of it dissassembled by yours truly) and
the c/asm IDE.
Here a lot of user written documentation can be found. It
features the tiplist by Doug Burkett and the tifaq by Ray Kremer.
Kevin Kofler's Page Another skilled asm programmer and a
member of the tigcc team.
calc.gregd.org Greg Dietsche's page. Most well known for Kerno,
Porting old doorsos programs to nostub, and placing in the two flash
app contests held by TI.
Roberto Pere-Franco The symbulator, A very useful circuit
Bhuvanesh site Hosts the other eqw and has many other programs. Also has
the master program list, an extensive listing of useful
My Ticalc.org Author Page. I find this interesting but I am not proud
of it. Most of my programs count double because they operate on a 92+
as well as an 89. Also most of my programs rarely exceed 2k. So there
are a lot of small easily made programs there. If you want to see
something funny take a look at the busiest authors of ticalc.org
Simmons Author of Hyperion on of my favorite books/series.
It does not get much better than TinTin.
Lloyd Alexander One of the best authors
Anthony A horrible Hack. Cut off his fingers so that he can
not write another book ever.
Le Guin A rather creative lady who's fiction is more African.
One of my favorite. The X series really upped the level a notch in all
areas, graphics, gameplay and plot. I am bit worried because capcom
might degenerate it into the cutesy area like they did with the
orgional NES series.
People I Know:
is Kyles Page. He is persuing the noble
following of Electrical Engineering.
There were some more listed but thier sites are dead.
Opus: Have a very large collection of anime and
comics. For rent or sale. So if you are in Grand Rapids Michigan go
there. 1422 Wealthy Street SE.
Digging Up a Mastadon: I got to participate
in this some. I got to scrape at the earth and Glue bones back together
again. The special glue used on the bones is called "Paleo-Bond". I kid
you not. Yes the professor in charge of this is my Father.
Trilobyte Fossils: These creatures are
fascinating. I have one of these fossils that I found when I was 5
www.slashdot.org Just fun to read. yes I am one of those
People who links to Slashdot.
www.zsnes.com A Great super nintendo Emulator.
www.happy.com Found this by accident and I
think it is hilarious.
www.erowid.org A very cool site.
www.calvin.edu My college that I recently graduated
engr.calvin.edu The enginnering branch of my