Lipid Inc.

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Jake Dorhan

Founding Date

January 2, 2000

Years Active

2000 to 2001


Programmed For






Hays Corporation
Hays Games Company
New Programmers Order
Ellis Industries

SK Programming

Lipid Inc. was one of the offshoot programming groups that was related to Hays Games Company, which was notorious in the TI community for re-posting other people's games and programs as their own. The group had a few interesting projects under development including Pro OS Shell, Billy the Monkey Boxing, Robin Hood: Men in Tights Archery Contest, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, and Arcade Air Hockey.

The group was also affiliated with the one-person programming group SK Programming started by Sean Kelly.

Group Significance

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Group Contributions

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  • Include a screenshot for some of their best games/programs

Group Staff

  • Jake Dorhan — founder
  • Josh Willis — admin
  • Johnny Jones (The Boy)
  • Sean Kelly

Group Milestones

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Site URLs


Site Screenshot

(Screenshot of Group homepage circa year)

Group History

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Jake Dorhan founds Lipid Inc.

Jan. 2, 2000: Former New Programmers Employee Jake Dorhan today founded Lipid Inc., a Ti-83 programming group. Our current members are Jake Dorhan, President and Main Programmer, Josh Willis (me), programmer and Webmaster, and Johnny 'The Boy' Jones. We will do everything in our power to bring high quality software to the Ti-83 front, and look forward to working with the Ti-Community.

Jan. 11, 2000: It is official. Lipid Inc. is now in a programming alliance with SK Programming, which was founded by Sean Kelly. To celebrate, we now have a joint message board. So if you have any questions, comments, complaints, or need help with your calculator, post at the message board (a link to which can be found on the left frame). Also, Jonny Jones has updated the Pro OS website, and in other news, you may have noticed some upcoming games on our Quizlet on the left frame. One in particular, Chestar A. Arthur's checkers may have caught your eye. That one is a joke, there will never be a Chester A. Arthur's checkers. The others are real though.

We are now members of the nPo Alliance, a joint project, a new award, plus Explorer on it's way… tomorrow!

Jan. 14, 2000: Just yesterday, the New Programmers Order made it's Y2K comeback, and Lipid Inc. has already sent in our application for alliance. You will notice the nPo Supporter logo on the left frame, which we hope will be replaced with some type of member logo if we are approved. We here at Lipid Inc. realize that the nPo is a respectable organization in the community which is why we jumped at the opportunity once we saw their new alliance formation. What will it mean for Lipid Inc. if we are accepted? Who know, we will just have to wait and see.

Jan. 15, 2000: A lot has happened today, for starters, we are all now members of the nPo alliance, so the left frame for details. And already are we making deals with the nPo. What do I mean? Well, programmer Johnny Jones is working with Derrek Stephens of the nPo Basic Programming Division on 'Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome' for the Ti89. But that's not all Johnny's up to, no, tomorrow he plans to release Pro OS Explorer v1.0 for the Ti83. Seems like he will be pretty busy in the days to come. And finally, Twilight Ti has 'upgraded' so to say the award they presented to us earlier this month. Check it out in the Awards section.

Dec. 15, 2000: Well, it has taken several long months, but we have finally been fully acquired by the new PATRICK order. Please view this page from within it's proper framing at the nPo. In other news, word has leaked of Pro OS 2001, which will be a fully functional Basic OS just under 400 bytes! More to come soon.