Foonly for the Future
Thu, 1 May 1997 20:36:26 -0400
Actually there were several different Foonly machines, F1 through F5. All were
PDP10 clones; some had extensions (the F5 had a bit-reversal operation to
speed FFTs, for instance). I believe that the F1 was, for a time, the
machine around. Dave Poole was the chief designer of these machines.
Additional totally irrelevant remark: Brian Silverman has written a PDP1
in Java that is capable of running the original spacewar program in a web
What this has to do with a LispOS is beyond me.
Michael Travers / email@example.com / http://www.media.mit.edu/~mt