> I am now in the process of using Visual Pinball as the cornerstone to an online
> public high school course for the homeschoolers and district students. I have
> not run this one by Randy Davis yet, I will though very soon. If anyone knows
> of sites relating to the physics/history of pinball or sites that outline VB
> script I would love to know. Also if anyone is looking to build a VPinball
> tutorial I would love to help run through it. I have a lot right now on this
> course and could launch it. I am also hoping to leave it out there for all to
> enjoy, just not for credit though of course. Kind of a new thing. The students
> eat this stuff up and it is hard to keep up with them. This is great, the
> students get science, history, culture, image editing, object oriented
> programming concepts, troubleshooting, logic, math, and it just keeps on going.
> If only my boss would see that. Anyway, any help is appreciated.
You can start here, good links to the major resources (besides mine of course :)