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Lisp outside the Box

http://lisp-book.org

"I'm writing a book about Lisp and O'Reilly is going to publish it. The aim is to show people who suspected that Lisp was dead because it couldn't look outside the box, along with those who hoped it could but didn't know how, that the going isn't all that hard..."

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stump package day thing

http://paste.lisp.org

"StumpWM is a spiritual and visual descendent of Ratpoison,and shares many basic key commands. There are, however, some key points that set it apart from RP and, indeed, most/all other window managers [...] The ability to customise is virtually endless, and the interface is flexible and elegant.

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[New Year’s Resolutions] List of languages worth learning & One New Language a Year: Smalltalk

http://dustbunnylair.blogspot.com

"The Pragmatic Programmers recommend learning a new programming language every year. I thought for a long time that this was a good idea, but didn't really act on it. Instead I'd dabble in a dozen languages a year. While this has built my intuition as to what various languages are like it has not made me a competent programmer in a new language.

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A Single Command to Get Started on Functional Programming

http://micahelliott.com

"Functional Programming is old. Ancient. Like right after FORTRAN. But it’s the future. Trust me, I’m named after the dude who knew about Jesus 700 years early. Seriously, it’s not going to take 700 years for FP to go mainstream. Some would argue that it already is. Python, Ruby, and others have adopted a number of FP features.

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StumpWM: A Minimalist Window Manager

http://funpro.blogspot.com

"StumpWM is a window manager implemented entirely in Common Lisp. After using GNOME and then KDE for a very long time, I decided to try StumpWM..."

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StumpWM

http://functionalrants.wordpress.com

“...StumpWM grew out of the authors’ frustration with writing ratpoison in C. Very quickly we realized we were building into ratpoison lispy-emacs style paradigms.

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SymbolicWeb: Ajax and Comet with Lisp

http://ajaxian.com

"SymbolicWeb is a GUI or widget server-centric framework for developing web applications. It is written in Common Lisp. SymbolicWeb is free software licensed under the AGPLv3 + GPL linking exception..." (source wikipedia) -- via Lisp, GUI and Web (and Comet)

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Antiweb4: A Next Generation Webserver

http://pxpippen.blogspot.com

"Antiweb4 is a webserver written in Common Lisp, C, and Perl by Doug Hoyte and Hoytech.

Which seems like an interesting twist to me from all the other Common Lisp web servers already out there..."

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HOWTO to setup Stumpwm for a fully Lispy environment (2008-08-07)

http://stumpwm.antidesktop.net

"... thought I would throw this out there as I have spent some time recently getting this working. I had used the stumpwm binary built with the configure && make dance, but it does not run swank in the background so the fabulous facility of running slime-connect and hacking the live window manager was not available. That and having read about clbuild I wanted to get it working.

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Blackring: Lisp

http://ringnoir.blogspot.com

"I think I may have fallen in love. It's obvious from my work with Carrot that I bought into the Lispish way of doing things long ago, but the decision to write Blackring using it has... well [...] This is what I've been doing for most of the past 24 hours, and I've found some amazing things..."

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Biology Enters 'The Matrix' Through New Computer Language

http://www.sciencedaily.com

"...To do this, Mallavarapu used the programming language LISP, a language widely used in artificial intelligence research.

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The GNU Manifesto (inside Emacs)

"...The GNU Manifesto is a famous document that was distributed on the Internet in the early years of the GNU Project; it's one of the first nodes in the GNU Emacs manual, which you can read by opening the Emacs manual in an *info* buffer, as described in Select a node section:

1. Type C-h i to open an *info* buffer.

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GNU CLISP 2.46 (2008-07-02) released

http://lists.gnu.org

"Common Lisp is a high-level, general-purpose, object-oriented, dynamic, functional programming language. CLISP is a Common Lisp implementation by Bruno Haible, then of Karlsruhe University, and Michael Stoll, then of Munich University, both in Germany. It implements the language described in the ANSI Common Lisp standard with many extensions..."

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Getting Started with Lisp Databases

http://peter-lane.blogspot.com

"The task here is to explore connecting Lisp to a MySql database. I used synaptic on my Ubuntu system to install mysql-server and cl-sql. A simple database was created on mysql. The aim is to access the database from Lisp: search for entries, get back information, add new entries, etc. ..."

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Common Lisp as an AI language

http://www.duckyblog.com

"Programming AI using standard programming languages, e.g., C/C++ or Java is not a good idea. It's too general purpose language. I'm considering to select between (Common) Lisp ..." -- Cool, but it's better on GNU systems ;-)

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