Scott Adams is a familiar name in the TI community, outside of this community one could mix him up with the other Scott Adams who writes comic strips about Dilbert and although they are both story tellers in some way our Scott is not just a story teller but an expert coder and creator of the adventure style games.
Scott Adams, the genius behind many Text adventure games was brought up in Miami Florida. In 1975 he wrote a computer game on a computer that his brother Richard built a year be
I do not know Jacques myself, but I am compiling information from all sources to this one central blog.
The following is an excerpt from "orion1052003" :
Jacques Groslouis was a member of the TI99 HOF, or TI-99 Hall of Fame. He was active on the TI groups such as Atariage, TI group #1, TI group #2, etc. He wrote the article "Using RANDOMIZE with seeds" on September 20, 2009 and "Getting There From Here", about connecting the TI to modern computers. He wrote the games SUDOKU and C99 Games
I urge anyone reading this blog to post comments and add material that would remind us of great people who shaped the world of TI 99/4A.
I have only recently started to learn about the rich history of the TI as I had put my TI on a shelve for 30 years, but a month ago I wondered why I should not try to turn it on and start reliving my childhood.
In the process I learnt of the late Tony Knerr and his Genius and was shocked to realise how many great people live and die and 99.999% of the w