History of the TI Z80 community
- 21: Birth of Ticalc.org
- Mel Tsai creates and launches the Expander SF. The external device allows 512Kb, or 1024Kb of program storage with TI-85 calculators. Using some of the first commercially available flash memory, it allows calculator users to carry all of their programs with them at all times. It is the first mass storage device for the TI graphing calculator line.
- TI-Files founded by Alex Highsmith and Harper Maddox.
- Dimension-TI founded by Adam Berlinsky-Schine
- TI Calculator Programmers Alliance (TCPA) founded by Dan Englender and Jason Kovacs
- Assembly Coders Zenith founded by Matt Johnson
- Hays Games founded
- SiCoDe founded by (brothers) Matt and David Hall
- Void Productions founded by Derrick Ward and Sam Heald.
- BASIC Guru Online (BGO) founded by Ben Ilegbodu
- Cemetech founded at original Homestead location
- United-TI (UTI) founded with the merger of four different TI sites: Cirrus (David), CalcBasic (JBirk), Outer Limit Software (Bryan), and Prokul Interactive (Glenn). The Calc Site (Alan) was going to merge with them as well, but Alan decided to not join the merger for personal reasons.
- 29: Revolution Software Formed
- 12: The Coders Of Tomorrow online programming team formed, part of the Omnimaga website.
- 01: TI-Basic Developer (TI|BD) founded by burr
- Benjamin Moody factors the signing key used to sign operating systems on the TI-83+.
- TI sends out DMCA notices to everyone who spreads the Good News.
- The EFF is alerted about the DMCA notices by Dan Goodin from The Register and the EFF agrees to take on the case.