A few days ago, I launched a service for the Scientific Calculator app that lets you save and load scripts online and share them with other people. Once you have an account (using your Google account naturally), you can see your own scripts and load them directly from the library dialog in the calculator.
You can also view other people's libraries online at www.calclibrary.com. At the moment, it's just some examples I uploaded, but I'm hoping it will end up being a useful resource for extending the functionality of the calculator and for learning from other people's code. Especially since I haven't gotten around to writing any tutorials or overviews of the language, other than the reference-type documentation that comes with it.
There's also a secret way to use the calculator online without installing the Chrome app. There are no links to it at the moment, but it shouldn't be too hard to find if you look for it. It should even work in other modern browsers, although I haven't tested it much outside of Chrome. Once I've tested it more in other browsers, I'll probably link to it and make it "official".