January 13, 2004
Lisp Machine Resources

Jaap Weel has created a lisp machine resource page. “These include some hard-to-find PDF's that I hadn't seen catalogued anywhere else.” [via the CRACL mailing list.]

Posted by jjwiseman at January 13, 2004 05:55 PM

Now I know where the sudden surge of interest came from. On request, I added a link to a page about M3L, which is apparently a French lisp machine design. Anyone who knows anything else that's not on the page (but please check the meta-pointers) please tell me. For example, does somebody have a better (more permanent) link to Rainer Joswig's quicktimes? My contact info is on the web page.

Posted by: Jaap Weel on January 13, 2004 08:37 PM
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