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  Jeri Ellsworth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jeri Ellsworth (born 1974) is an American entrepreneur and self-taught computer chip designer.
Ellsworth was born in 1974 in Yamhill, Oregon, and grew up in the small town of Dallas, Oregon, where she was raised by her father, a local Mobil service station owner.
Ellsworth presently makes her home in Oregon, and works as a consultant.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jeri_Ellsworth   (518 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
After arriving at the Cologne airport at mid-day, Jeri met Jens Schoenfeld, who drove her to Aachen and to his two-bedroom apartment, his residence and working place until her departure back to the U.S. in early January, 2003.
Jeri and Jens made the short drive from the apartment to the ultra-modern center.
As soon as the expo was over, Jeri went back to work on the Rev. 1 board design, spending hours and hours on the board, adding new features and making it more compatible, running into hundreds of errors which would have to be eliminated before the production run of 300 Rev. 1 boards began.
home.att.net /~rmestel/articles/on_road_ellsworth.txt   (856 words)

  
 The New York Times > Technology > A Toy With a Story   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Jeri Ellsworth in her home laboratory, where she designed a device that holds 30 video games.
Ellsworth is demonstrating that the spirit that once led from Silicon Valley garages to companies like Hewlett-Packard and Apple Computer can still thrive.
Ellsworth cornered Stephen Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer, at a festival for vintage Apple computers and badgered him for the secrets of his Apple II floppy disk controller.
www.nytimes.com /2004/12/20/technology/20joystick.html?ex=1261198800&en=0e285af90f620c58&ei=5090&partner=rssuserland   (960 words)

  
 The C64 DTV   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Jeri is a American and born in 1974.
Jeri had a passion for electronics from when she was a child.
Jeri was not the only person working on this project.
home.wanadoo.nl /richard.lagendijk/Pagina/INFO-DTV-GB.htm   (2092 words)

  
 C= Homestead News - Keep your C= Up to Date!
On December 4, Jeri Ellsworth, the creator of the CommodoreOne, set out on her first international journey, leaving from Portland, Oregon, U.S.A..
The plane arrived in Frankfurt on December 5, and Jeri had to transfer to a commuter plane for Cologne.
Jeri and Jens made the short, few-minutes' drive from the apartment to the ultra-modern center.
cbm.videocam.net.au /news.php?sid=183   (812 words)

  
 Killoggs : Amen.
Ellsworth decided to pursue her passion, designing computer circuits that mimicked the behavior of her first Commodore.
Ellsworth as a consultant and has since found that she has abilities that engineers with advanced degrees often do not.
Ellsworth was also discovered by Mammoth toys, which hired her to design the Commodore-emulating chip for the joystick.
www.killoggs.com /links?link=1681   (1889 words)

  
 HCC - Commodore GG   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
De Amerikaanse Jeri Ellsworth en de Duitser Jens Schoenfeld zullen op de eerstvolgende Commodore bijeenkomst het prototype van de CommodoreOne laten zien.
Jeri heeft een geheel nieuwe video chip ontwikkeld als opvolger van de Commodore 64 chip met hoge resoluties en aansluitbaar op een VGA monitor.
Jeri is hoping that there will be good software development for the C=1 as soon as the production boards are out.
commodore-gg.hobby.nl /december21.htm   (305 words)

  
 Abstract/Bio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Jeri Ellsworth tells about her early fascination with electronics and 8-bit computers setting the stage for her unique approach to learning.
Presently Jeri is employed by three companies making educational toys, gaming toys and a reconfigurable processor array.
Jeri Ellsworth is a self-taught free lance VLSI designer.
www.stanford.edu /class/ee380/Abstracts/050518.html   (127 words)

  
 cbm-hackers mailing list: Re: C-128 and Jeri board   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Next in thread: Jeri Ellsworth: "Re: C-128 and Jeri board"
Jeri PS Some one has subscribed my web page to "www.pagegetter.com" and it is floading my mail with spam.
Auctions - buy the things you want at great prices http://auctions.yahoo.com/ - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list.
www.softwolves.pp.se /misc/arkiv/cbm-hackers/4/4921.html   (405 words)

  
 Obituaries@Ellsworth American.com | Dr. Horace H. Gould
He was a veteran of WWII with service in the Pacific-Asiatic area earning the rank of Lt. Cmdr., U.S.N.R. Horace was a past Master of the Ira Berry Lodge of Masons in Blue Hill; a member of Blanquefort Commandery of Ellsworth and Anah Temple Shrine of Bangor.
He was a past President of the Ellsworth Lions Club and of the Surry Garden Club; a member of Surry Community Improvement Association, and served on the Surry Planning Board for nine years.
Horace is survived by a son, Dr. Robert P. Gould and wife, Nancy, of Skowhegan; a daughter, Nancy Stenger and husband, Rocky, of Gouldsboro; two stepdaughters, Judie Skofield and Jeri Mullin; seven grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren and two great- great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
www.ellsworthamerican.com /archive/2004/10-14-04/ea_obit7_10-14-04.html   (278 words)

  
 Commodore Exhibitions 2002
Jeri Ellsworth opening up her birthday PAL C64 at the AmiWest Show (o.k., part of the gift opening...
Jeri Ellsworth meeting up with famous Amigans like R.J. Mical and Dale Luck, Jeri meeting up with Cameron and Hans, Jeri giving her 1-hour talk in front of the VCF crowd (Yow!
Now available for the cost of the videotape and postage is the video of Jeri Ellsworth's C1 remarks at the July 27 Saturday banquet.
home.att.net /~rmestel/expo_videos.html   (807 words)

  
 Bill Kendrick's Photos - VCF 7.0: Vintage Computer Festival, November 2004, Mountain View, CA
Jeri's infamouse Commodore One, a modern remake of the C=64 using FPGAs to replicate the CPU and other important chips.
Jeri Ellsworth answering some questions at Robert Bernardo's Commodore booth.
Jeri Ellsworth has created a Commodore 64 joystick (like those "10-in-1" Atari 2600 systems).
www.newbreedsoftware.com /bill/photos/vcf70   (1240 words)

  
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emergency-survival-kits.info /emergency-pet-kits/345-jeri-ellsworthbig-brother-3-oxana-fedorova-yder-cup.php   (195 words)

  
 Coding Horror: Emulating Passion
Ellsworth has squeezed the entire circuitry of a two-decade-old Commodore 64 home computer onto a single chip, which she has tucked neatly into a joystick that connects by a cable to a TV set.
More significant, perhaps, is that in an era of immensely complicated computer systems, huge factories and design teams that stretch across continents, Ellsworth is demonstrating that the spirit that once led from Silicon Valley garages to companies like Hewlett-Packard and Apple Computer can still thrive.
When the C64, as the joystick is called informally, appeared on QVC last month, Ellsworth watched with obvious pride.
www.codinghorror.com /blog/archives/000164.html   (934 words)

  
 Bill Ward - All - Computers - Commodore
One of the things we had on display was the new C64 DTV, a joystick that has a built-in Commodore 64 processor and 30 classic video games inside.
It is based on a custom ASIC designed by Jeri Ellsworth, the designer of the C-One reconfigurable computer.
Both the DTV and C-One were on display as Jeri was answering questions and demonstrating them to festival-goers.
bill.wards.net /blosxom/computers/commodore/qvc-ad.html   (324 words)

  
 Byte Cellar: Minimig: The FPGA Amiga
Jeri Ellsworth designed the C-One as well as the C64 DTV, which has drawn significant press on its own.
Well, as it turns out, Jeri is not the only one with a hunger for bringing back old Commodores by way of the magical FPGA.
I was browsing the forum topics over at Amiga.org when one in particular jumped out at me, started earlier this month: Amiga in an FPGA : Minimig.
www.bytecellar.com /archives/000063.php   (1034 words)

  
 csixty4.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Jeri Ellsworth brought her most recent version of the Super-Commodore-on-a-chip which she now calls the Commodore One.
Some features were taken out to make sure it was stable for the expo, but what we were able to see was quite impressive.
Even more impressive was her description of the current architecture she has laid out and her plans on where to go from here.
www.csixty4.com /expospr01.php   (647 words)

  
 Jeri on KGW 8 news tonight!
When Jeri is in the news, she promotes the heck out of the C64 DTV
As for Jeri, she has seemed to carry about and succeeded here.
Jeri is. (no innuendos is intended in the point)
ryxi.com /games/33-303-jeri-on-kgw-8-news-tonight-read.shtml   (3261 words)

  
 Clearing Up Some Misconceptions : wasting.bandwidth.is.fun   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
I am not the weather vane of Jeri Ellsworth’s sexual orientation.
Several months back, I wrote a bit of a rant in response to a Slashdot article on Jeri Ellsworth, the young lady who homebrewed her very own C64.
I’d like to thank everyone who searched for “jeri ellsworth lesbian” for proving me right yet again.
blog.chargemonkey.com /?p=168   (346 words)

  
 Orb Designs Graffiti, a Daily Blog - December 20, 2004 thru December 26, 2004
Earlier in the day, though, I came across the Slashdot link to the NYTimes story about Jeri Ellsworth (generally requires deposit of firstborn prior to reading).
Jeri is a talented young woman who built the functionality of a Commodore 64 into a single chip, mounted it in a joystick, and made a great little retro gaming system.
There in the first snap, bright as life, is Jeri, demonstrating the C64 DTV thingy.
www.orbdesigns.com /bpages/2004/z20041220.php   (3718 words)

  
 C-One Details Page
May 12th: Jeri should have completed all the work that was left undone during the past five months.
Jeri has incorporated all the functions of a C-64 into her own hardware.
Amiga-FAQ: Jeri was influenced by Jay Miner's masterpiece and this FAQ should help you understand some of her "Amiga-ese"
www.geocities.com /profdredd/commodoreone/cmdrone.html   (12059 words)

  
 Blogger: Email Post to a Friend   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The NY Times has a good article about this super-cool, self-taught hacker chick, Jeri Ellsworth, who built a Commodore 64 emulator into a controller and got it sold on QVC.
The story has got that uplifting homebrew angle to it since Ms.
Ellsworth is self taught and did all the work from her "ramshackle farmhouse in rural Oregon." Big ups to the independent hardware hackers!
www.blogger.com /email-post.g?blogID=7391243&postID=110358551113366726   (117 words)

  
 ggdag   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Op deze pagina een foto collage van ons verjaardagskado aan Jeri Ellsworth van het CommodoreONE project.
De eerste foto is genomen op onze clubdag in het Trefpunt.
The first picture was made at our C= show at the Trefpunt the other ones in the U.S.A. when Robert Bernardo gives her the package.
www.hobby.nl /~commodore-gg/jeri.htm   (80 words)

  
 Larry goes to VCF 5.0
I made sure to attend Jeri Ellsworth's talk on the CommodoreOne (there's a picture of Sellam introducing Jeri) which was very entertaining as she went a little into her fascination with hardware early on and how she worked into designing the CommodoreOne.
After the tour Jeri Ellsworth talked me into doing the 'Programmer Challenge' a mini competition where programmers are given two hours to code a game and be judged on the best.
In the end I think the humor of the Pimp Sim won the crowd and Jeri won a fl 'nerd' shirt (the 'geek' shirts were all sold out by then).
www.portcommodore.com /vcf5.php?path=main-photos   (1395 words)

  
 Our Town | Ellsworth American.com
Of Cranberry Isles, he wrote in his booklet: “It is a place where a man can still walk in friendship with his neighbor.”
Ted Spurling Jr., his wife, Jeri, and their three daughters, are the newest generation of Spurlings at Islesford.
This site and all its content is the exclusive property of Ellsworth American, Inc. Reproduction without permission is strictly forbidden.
www.ellsworthamerican.com /ourtown/cranisle/ot_cranisle3_06-13-02.html   (318 words)

  
 Commodore 64 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the summer of 2004, after an absence from the marketplace of more than 10 years, PC manufacturer Tulip Computers BV (owners of the Commodore brand since 1997) announced the C64 Direct-to-TV (C64DTV), a joystick-based TV game based on the C64 with 30 games built into ROM.
Designed by Jeri Ellsworth, a self-taught computer designer who had earlier designed the modern C-One C64 implementation, the C64DTV was similar in concept to other mini-consoles based on the Atari 2600 and Intellivision which had gained modest success earlier in the decade.
The product was advertised on QVC in the United States for the 2004 holiday season.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Commodore_64   (4898 words)

  
 ggdag   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
De Amerikaanse Jeri Ellsworth en de Duitser Jens Schoenfeld hebben op de Commodore bijeenkomst van 21 december het prototype van de CommodoreOne laten zien.
Op de foto's hierboven (en op de volgende pagina) is een impressie van deze dag te zien.
You can look at the pictures for an impression of this great day (also on the next page).
commodore-gg.hobby.nl /dec2002a.htm   (368 words)

  
 Vintage Computer Festival   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Jeri Ellsworth is a 28 year old American freelance developer who has chosen to re-make the 1980's Commodore 64 8-bit computer into the CommodoreOne, essentially a C64-on-a-card with enhanced features.
When Jeri was seven years old her first computer was a Texas Instruments TI-99/4a, but one year later she received a Commodore 64 after begging her father.
She sees the CommodoreOne as a simple entry to electronics and programming for the hobby computer market.
www.vintage.org /2002/main/bio.php?id=11   (138 words)

  
 Commodore 64 and QVC [Archive] - MonroeWorld.com Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
our very own Jeri Ellsworth (interviewed on the show last year) is behind the hardware.
Lifespan of batteries in the unit -- long (Jeri says that she has used hers for 5 hours without any sign of the batteries weakening.) Composite video-out.
Jeri emphasizes that the ASIC is very compatible in terms of being a C64.
www.monroeworld.com /forums/archive/index.php/t-584.html   (3800 words)

  
 Amiga + Retro Computing 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Probably the most interesting product from the Retro Computing area is the Commodore One (Codename: C-One).
Develper Jeri Ellsworth is working on the ATX-sized motherboard for nearly two years now.
We're especially happy that Jeri Ellsworth is making the long trip from USA to Germany to present the board in person.
messe.think42.com /_e_highlights.htm   (344 words)

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