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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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Lisp’s 50th Birthday Celebration

http://www.mcjones.org

"A celebration of the 50th anniversary of Lisp is taking place in October at OOPSLA 2008. John McCarthy will give a talk about the early history of Lisp..."

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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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GNU CLISP 2.45 (2008-05-15) released

http://sourceforge.net

"ANSI Common Lisp is a high-level, general-purpose programming language. GNU CLISP is a Common Lisp implementation by Bruno Haible of Karlsruhe University and Michael Stoll of Munich University, both in Germany. It mostly supports the Lisp described in the ANSI Common Lisp standard..."

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Idioms for programming in Arc

http://arcfn.com

"The code that implements Arc illustrates many useful programming techniques. Some of the techniques occur multiple times, and can be considered idioms of Arc programming; techniques that can be applied to many problems. This article describes some of the most common idioms, and how they can be used in Arc programming.

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The extinction of standardization dinosaurs on the software planet

http://bjacob.livejournal.com

"According to this, the ISO are now calling a "standard" the Microsoft Office format (which is cynically called "Office Open XML"). [...] What is interesting is that TeX, LaTeX, OGG/Vorbis, OGG/Theora, Perl, Python, PHP, Ruby, OCaml, are not standardized by any organization.

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A Comic Book for learning Common Lisp

http://www.lisperati.com

"Anyone who has ever learned to program in Lisp will tell you it is very different from any other programming language. It is different in lots of surprising ways- This comic book will let you find out how Lisp's unique design makes it so powerful!..."

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Richard Stallman: High School Misfit, Symbol of Free Software, MacArthur-Certified Genius, BY MICHAEL GROSS, Interviewed in 1999

http://www.mgross.com

"Richard Stallman was reading computer books before he'd ever seen a computer. When the Sixties Revolution was running out of steam, he was liberating MIT computers from behind locked doors and helping set off the next great Boomer movement. Though he disdained hippies and radicals in his youth, today, as the leader of the Free Software Movement, he's a long-haired rebel coder-writer with a cause, and an idealistic thorn in the side of the cyber world's killer-app capitalists..."

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RMS: My Lisp Experiences and the Development of GNU Emacs

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"Transcript of Richard Stallman's Speech, 28 Oct 2002, at the International Lisp Conference"

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Stallman's Symbolic Victory

http://opendotdotdot.blogspot.com

"Slashdot points to an interesting list of first 100 registered domains. But I doubt whether even the most deep-dyed supporter of free software realises that it was the company behind the very first domain - Symbolics.com - that ultimately led to Richard Stallman to start his GNU project..."

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