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33) Donald Bynum 
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Brings back memories.
32) Ermanno 
Rome, Italy
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Old Italian user on TI99, with TI99 I started my computer adventure smile
31) Willi Doeltsch 
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Friday, June 20, 2014 04:09 PM Host: Write a comment

It's always nice to find a site that pays tribute to this wonderful Homecompter.

During these years I have written 6 games for this Homecompter.

Maybe you've even played these games and had fun with it:

a) Nanook the Eskimo
b) Alien Landing
c) Stardust
d) Jack the Digger
e) Circus
f) Jump Miner

Best regards from Germany
Willi Döltsch
30) Gerd Weißmann 
Kaiserslautern, Germany
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Wednesday, February 26, 2014 06:55 PM Host: Write a comment

found the pages very nice to see my friends in the USA I personally met. I miss those time I travelled to the USA many times. Take care all of you

29) John 
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Fantastic site you've gotten in here.
28) Terrie Masters 
Oceanside, Ca.
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Sunday, July 7, 2013 06:43 PM Host: Write a comment

A 1980 TI 99/4A owner. Member of LA TI99/4A Users Groups. Managed to travel around the USA visiting other TI User Groups and individuals. England as well.
Still have many friendships from those years, and enjoy my continued interaction with the TI Community. Would love to share memories with a Historian dedicated to the chronology of our community. Someone far younger than me.
I enjoyed reading other comments here. they do stimulate memories.
27) Chris Bobbitt 
Vienna, VA
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Hi all. Just tripping down memory lane reading Bill Gaskill's Timeline. I forgot (repressed the memory of?) some things - but was touched by John Koloen's tribute to my work. I never read it until now. I'd like to publicly thank everyone who bought all of the stuff that I published, and supported me, despite my abrasiveness/outspokenness. My only regret about the time is my lack of diplomacy. I learned so much in my role - lessons that have helped me throughout my career.
26) Steve Mehr 
Thousand Oaks
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Saturday, May 18, 2013 04:34 AM Host: Write a comment

Still alive and kickin'
25) Rich Gilbertson 
Vancouver, Washington
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Friday, June 15, 2012 08:26 PM Host: Write a comment

Author of RXB, GPL turorials, and WindyXB.
24) Steve Mawby 
Warwickshire, UK
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Saturday, March 17, 2012 12:49 AM Host: Write a comment

I learned to program on a TI99/4a when I was still in school. I wrote a few games and a music synth. One day it didn't want to turn on and that was that. I mess with an emulation now and then but it's not the same...

Good times.
23) Brad Cook 
Marietta, GA
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Friday, September 16, 2011 07:54 AM IP: Write a comment

I used to program in assembler for the TI. I initially started with a sort of desktop publisher which had very slow background graphics, and moved those to an interrupt driven assembly routine. I spent much of my TI programming modifying Fast-Term - adding an auto-dialer, login script capabilities, and directory listing function. From there, I wrote a BBS program, which I ran from my house for a couple of years until I was forced(probably best for my career) to use a PC. I have fond memories of sitting in my room until 7am writing code.

I think it's a little funny that you have one HOFer that left the TI community because of another.

I enjoyed reading the part about Barry Boone - when I was writing my BBS software, The Master was always willing to help me with serial communications questions. As the TI was never intended to be a public domain computer, documentation for interfacing it's hardware(VRAM, disk controller, etc) were lacking. Barry was very helpful in shedding light on those areas, that's for sure smile

Bryan Wilcutt Friday, October 21, 2011 08:12 PM
I remember Barry... I think I have him on my linkedin, he runs (plug!) Brad, which BBS did you run? I ran Sirius Cybernetics for about 11 years. A lot of fun doing that, learned a LOT about slinging code too. Hobby to career, if you know what I mean.
22) Neudert, Franz 
D-14532 Stahnsdorf Germany
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Friday, August 12, 2011 09:12 AM Host: Write a comment

Finde die Seiten toll gemacht. Mir hat der TI immer viel Spaß gemacht und auch die Clubarbeit im "TI-99/4a User Club Berlin" war und ist wunderbar. Es gibt immer noch einige Mitglieder, die sich regelmäßig treffen. Mein besonderer Gruß gilt Berry Harmsen, Michael Becker und Harald Glaab.

Hall of Fame Webmaster Friday, August 12, 2011 07:51 PM
The above GB entry as best as I can translate it into English is:

I find this site made ​​great. The TI has given ​​me a lot of fun and also working in the club "TI-99/4A User Club Berlin" was and is wonderful. There are still some members who I meet regularly. My special greeting goes to Berry Harmsen, Michael Becker and Harald Glaab.
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