I don't think that it's necessarily TI's social responsibility to encourage or promote programming through their calculators.It's certainly not their corporate responsibility, but I do feel that large corporations have certain social responsibilities as well. Do you disagree with that fundamental opinion, that corporations are beholden to the consumer in areas other than delivering a high-quality product in exchange for money, or specifically TI's responsibility?
calc84: But you are not the typical user. Would you be with us in the first place if your TI didn't have BASIC programming capabilities? How did you get started with programming?