Commodore Hacking is a net-magazine that I started to cover technical aspects of the Commodore 8-bit computers, primarily Commodore 64 and 128 at the time. As well as serving as editor I also wrote a number of articles covering various chips, techniques and introductions related to programming on these machines. Other contributors wrote articles such as memory management, tricks that could be performed with the video and sound chips etc.
This is an early effort to document a number of low-level math operations from a computer engineering perspective. It is incomplete currently and certain sections I plan to go back and re-do in an attempt to making things even clearer.
Currently under development this is the beginning (still under development) of a group of AI agents that will evaluate and attempt to answer certain natural language inquiries. The controller will then prioritize the potential results based upon past performance and the agent's own evaluation of it's confidence in the resulting answer.