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McCarthy Reaffirms the Importance of Having Access to the Abstract Syntax

http://lispy.wordpress.com

"...When asked what separates a good programming language from a bad one, McCarthy said he had one advocacy: a language should have access to its own abstract syntax. Any program which works with programs involves abstract syntax..."

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I have a dream: Emacs/Firefox on GNU/Mozilla systems

http://blog.lizardwrangler.com

Mitchell Baker: « We started a conversation a while back about two year product and technology goals. I’d like to return to that discussion...» --

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More Languages on top of Erlang Virtual Machine

http://www.infoq.com

"Erlang virtual machine – BEAM – hosts an increasing number of languages. Reia, a Python/Ruby like scripting language and Lisp Flavoured Erlang have recently been released. Debasish Ghosh reflects on this trend while other authors try to outline other possible language variants inspired by Ruby or Haskell..."

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Adventures in Haskell

http://micah.cowan.name

"So, the last few weeks I’ve been learning the Haskell programming language, and thought I’d share my thoughts on it. Haskell is a pure functional programming language that supports lazy evaluation (I’ll explain all that in a moment), which has been gaining popularity in some circles (and particularly among academia and computer lingusts).

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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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GNU needs to embrace the web !!

http://lists.gnu.org

Thomas Lord: «...The more urgent issue concerns the emerging W3C-based world: what will GNU have to offer there?» -- *

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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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The GNU Operating System and the Free Software Movement

http://understandinglimited.com

"The hackers of the artificial intellegence lab did most of their programing in the lisp programing language [...] They began writing programs in lisp that were unrelated to their work in artificial intellegence.

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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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Coinventer of LISP dies

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"Louis Hodes, a co-inventer of the LISP programming language dies. As a research assistant, Dr. Hodes took part in the pioneering work being done in the development of the computer programming language LISP, used in artificial intelligence research.

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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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The original GNU proposal post.

http://groups.google.co.uk

"... a Lisp-based window system through which several Lisp programs and ordinary Unix programs can share a screen. Both C and Lisp will be available as system programming languages [...] Who Am I? I am Richard Stallman, inventor of the original much-imitated EMACS editor, now at the Artificial Intelligence Lab at MIT..."

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GNU: toward a Lisp workstation-based environment ?

http://lists.gnu.org

"...So much effort still seems to be put into porting prorietary garbage like .NET to GNU, and producing a Gnome windowing environment which has all the faults of MS-Windows. Why not concentrate on producing something better. Emacs is far nicer to work with than GNOME. So why the interest in making Emacs fit in to this inferior MS-Windows like environment. Why not make GNOME work more like Emacs.

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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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