A kitten, looking for a different robot. A Casio Prizm, with minesweeper running. A TI-89. An HP Prime. A TI-84+SE--so close! A Silver Link, looking for a claculator to send files to. TILP. Michael Vincent handing out copies of MirageOS DoorsCS running on an 83+SE. A Voyage 200. A Voyage 400! The game Phoenix. DanE pointing to his name in PuzzPack. A quadratic equation solver. Disp "Hello, world BrandonW, reading a take-down notice from TI. Nikky dressed a troll-doll in a hipster outfit. A functioning build of TI-Connect. A hard-working ticalc.org staff member. 48KB of RAM. Assorted electronics components. Coffee for a night of coding. Doors CS 10.0 pre-release, for the TI-84+CSEII mark 6. Pixel art of a kitten. An fx-9860. A Casio Classpad. A beaker of mysterious liquid. A 32.5° inclined plane. Five CBRs with mysteriously-absent link cables. A slightly-pixelated Periodic Table. An assortment of slide rules. An ancient slide rule. An abacus. Charles Babbage's first Analytical Engine. A singular matrix. Two mutually-exclusive theorems. A graph of Y=X^2+5. A sine wave waves at you. A backlit TI-83+. It looks like a TI-82, but claims to be a TI-83+. A list of all of all of Texas Instruments' cryptographic signing keys. Someone playing xLIB xLIB Revolution. A colorful game of snake. The Illusiat Complete RPG Series. A new post on ticalc.org. jsTIfied emulating a TI-83+SE. A 5x5 identity matrix. A telescope, haphazardly connected to a TI-89. A copy of the DCS7 SDK. A bubbling testube. A microbe playing on a TI-73. The biggest collection of calculators you've ever seen, but no 84+CSE. Pat Milheron, working on the newest calculator OS. An Orion, playing the Mario theme song. A scientific calculator with the number 5318008 on the screen.