August 16, 2002
No New Anything

John Wiseman here. Sorry about the recent lack of anything new to read here at lemonodor (and I like to think it is at least a lack that one could notice when compared to the usual problem which is to filter out the lisp or non-lisp content, as fits your preference), and I wish I had a good excuse. But I don't, I've just been working 11 hour days. There's almost nothing more boring than hearing someone say "I've been busy with work.".

What you should probably do is go read this Gavin guy and Juri person, see what this Langley fellow is up to, keep track of the SBCL wonder twins Dan and Christophe, and then be impressed by aaronsw.

Once that's done, you probably ought to check out the tripartite entity that represents itself as Fred, Jeff and Mister Pants.

And, as always, read boing boing every day.

Posted by jjwiseman at August 16, 2002 06:17 PM

Mmmmm, boingboing. A friend of mine, whom I don't normally think of as being a blog person despite the fact that she keeps a public book log with reviews and commentary, surprised me by mentioning it in conversation the other day. She thought I'd really like the "nuclear pop culture" page boingboing hit the other day. She was right.

boringly working,

Posted by: Michael Hannemann on August 18, 2002 03:28 PM

I know it's Paul Graham, and there are 5 lines of lisp code in the article, but otherwise fighting spam just doesn't turn me on. So I skipped it.

Posted by: jjwiseman on August 18, 2002 10:50 PM

Mike, that was great. I especially liked the graph explaining why sci fi fans that grew up in the Reagan years became familiar with such a variety of nuclear apocalypse scenarios.

Posted by: jjwiseman on August 18, 2002 10:54 PM
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