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The first Commodore I ever layed fingers on was a PET-4032 in 6th grade. After playing Weather, and some of the old text adventures, there was no turning back; I was hooked! Not long after, like the rest of the free world, I got a Commodore 64 and wore out the joystick. Then one day, quite to my surprise, I discovered that there were more commands available to me than LOAD and RUN. I took straight to BASIC, and was soon writing games and applications for amusement. Some I wrote with friends who had formed a programmer's group. Most of those programs are lost now, but the BBS I wrote (Zelch) still remains one of my proudest accomplishments. I still use my beloved Commodores on a daily bases. These days I mainly write software for GEOS, which is the best thing ever to happen to our happy 8-bits. You can occassionally find my work on Loadstar 64, and of course my BBS programs page listed below.