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Millenium Awards Nominations
Posted by Andy on 1 January 2000, 01:07 GMT

In a joint venture with Dimension-TI we have decided to create the millenium awards. These awards will be voted on by both ticalc.org users and Dimension-TI users. The first step of this awarding process is nominations. For additional information, visit the Millenium Award Home Page. Please take the time to participate.

Update (Nick): Ti.Fr has joined up with us for the Millenium Awards. For more info, please click on the link to the front page above. Ti.Fr has translated our Millenium Awards pages to French for all our visitors.

 


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Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Bobman  Account Info

I went to the site, and I must say that it is really cool. I like the Articles section. I noticed that the nomination layout is a changed version of the Ticalc arcives.

     1 January 2000, 01:49 GMT

Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Scott Uhl  Account Info
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First Comment! Anyway, I looked at it, and had no clue what to do, so I quit.

     1 January 2000, 01:49 GMT


Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Chris Moultrie  Account Info
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HAH! you didn't get it! that's what you get for saying first comment!

     1 January 2000, 23:19 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Scott Uhl  Account Info
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Because when I was on here, it said no comments, he was on the net the same time as me and he wrote it about 2 seconds before I wrote mine. Let's use our head next time, okay.

     2 January 2000, 00:02 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Philip Ringsmuth  Account Info
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But, he's right. You didn't get the first comment. I'm sure if you really wanted to keep on top of things, you could write some sort of JavaScript program that would reload ticalc every 5 seconds, and it could make a loud beeping sound when there was a new news article...

-Fil

     4 January 2000, 22:18 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
AlienCow  Account Info
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Ahh, but he said the other kid wrote his comment *2* seconds before him. Therefore, the JavaScript code would have to reload the page every 1 second to assure that no one slipped their comment in there first.

That would make typing a message...tricky. ;)

     5 January 2000, 18:22 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Scott Uhl  Account Info
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Heh, heh.

     5 January 2000, 23:25 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Scott Uhl  Account Info
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I realize that I didn't get the first comment, I was just saying that when I wrote that comment, his comment wasn't there. Jeez, this is getting kinda dumb, no offense.

     5 January 2000, 23:24 GMT

Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
SPUI  Account Info

What's with all this millenium this millenium that? I betcha I could sell a millenium turd if I packaged it right!
And BTW why can't we reply to the h4x0r thread any more? Is it possible Nick faked it and doesn't want it discussed? Or maybe ticalc just didn't want discussion about it for some reason?
And BTW I think ticalc banned h4x0r from the boards and that's why he hasn't responded.
OK whatever goodbye you suck do it again!

     1 January 2000, 01:49 GMT

Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
SPUI  Account Info

Sorry I reread my post and realized it was a bit too critical. I think it's cool that you're doing something with dim-ti, and it's always good to recognize programmers.
I'd like to give a shout-out to the original ZShell guys for starting the rebellion against the rules of TI. And please h4x0r, if you can see this, continue working on the gooey thing to continue the spirit or rebellion!

     1 January 2000, 02:05 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Spellbound_Magi  Account Info

H4xor it is a cool idea with the gooey98, and if you don't finish your program. I think a group of ti programmers should get together and make some type of software development kit with easy to use macros for begginers in asm and a really good help file like gide. Mabye even make a c language for 68k.

Just a thought, I would really love to have a program interface for 68k asm and a really good help file. it would be really awsome if it turned out like Borland C++ 4.0,4.5, or 5.0

Sorry if this is off the topic but I didn't know where else to post this idea.

     2 January 2000, 05:24 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Chris Perkins  Account Info
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Yo you know what I said when this happened that if he was canceling it or if it really was a hoax and I still believe it is not that Sychosoft would continue it with a small group of good programmers.I sent an e-mail to h4x0r asking for what he has got but he still has not replied.I guess if he doesnt reply in a week I will start from scratch after recruiting some programmers.
-~=SychoSoft RULES=~-

     2 January 2000, 21:33 GMT


Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Nathan Haines  Account Info
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People were abusing the comments under that thread, so Nick closed them, and I approved of it (so did several other members).

     1 January 2000, 02:18 GMT

Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Bryan Tran  Account Info

doesn't millennium have 2 n's?

     1 January 2000, 02:05 GMT


Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Adam Berlinsky-Schine  Account Info
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When spelled correctly. In this case, it is spelled incorrectly on purpose. Read /archives/news/articles/24245.html

     1 January 2000, 02:13 GMT

Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
FIFAREF99

Your about 12 months premature on any kind of award for the millenium. try again next year.

     1 January 2000, 03:59 GMT

Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Disco_Stu  Account Info

We're going to have to go through a whole year of people saying that the new millennium isn't here yet. Companies will be advertising the "True Millennium". It's going to be a very annoying year.

     1 January 2000, 08:48 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Blue_Z  Account Info
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Yes, but that's sadly true. What do you want, if almost everybody didn't have made the mistake, we wouldn't be there today :)

     1 January 2000, 16:52 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Matt Landry  Account Info
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Or maybe the millenium was 6 years ago...
- Matthew

     2 January 2000, 00:45 GMT


Re: Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Chris Moultrie  Account Info
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go to the page...it explains why they aren't early

     1 January 2000, 23:21 GMT

Re: Millenium Awards Nominations
Patrick Wilson  Account Info
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Yay, we're y2k compliant.

     1 January 2000, 06:38 GMT

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