Most of the files that come with SuperCollider are reproduced here in HTML form so that you can see what the source code and documentation look like, especially for those not fortunate enough to have a Mac. Of course the downside here is that if you were viewing these files with SuperCollider you could execute the examples straight from the text files by selecting them and pressing Enter, and on the web you can't. If you have a PowerMac I strongly suggest downloading SuperCollider and viewing these files in their natural habitat.
These pages look more like the originals when using Internet Explorer.
Unfortunately the text to HTML converter is not perfect, so it made a number of mistakes which I have not taken the time to clean up. It also didn't convert the embedded graphics which appear as little square chars in the place where the pictures were supposed to be.
There are over 600 files in here, so knock yourself out...