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TI World was an assembly programming group that programmed for the TI-83 and TI-83+ graphing calculators. The group was started by Joe Flint while he was a member of Basic and Assembly Programmers Group (BAPG) and later the TI Calculator Programming Alliance (TCPA), and then branched off into its own group.
Some of the members were involved in other programming groups including Joe Flint (TCPA, BAPG), Joel Seligstein (BASM), and Hitoshi Koizumi (Alienhead, ABT), and when the group disbanded some of the members joined MaxCoderz (Joe Pemberton, Hitoshi, and Marc Ryan).
TI World was started by Joe Flint in December 2000. When BASM Programming became inactive, Joel Seligstein joined TI-World. Likewise, when TI-World became inactive in 2003, most of the members joined MaxCoderz.
TI World was one of the sites that got hosting through Dimension-TI.