Wed, 25 Mar 1998 11:27:54 +0200
J. Han wrote:
> To Old Timers:
> I have been meaning to ask this question and present discussion
> seems to be a good place to ask it:
> What is it like using a Lisp Machine?
> I have read a few AI Lab memos and seen Genera screenshots, but
> I still don't have concrete feel for a Lisp Machine. I usually
> live inside Emacs but of course it's not quite the Real McCoy, is it?
> I bet many people who have never seen a live LispM would like
> to hear the answer, too. Old timers: it's an open invitation to
> tell your stories. Spill all the juicy details!
There used to be a book about this, saw it once in a bookstore, but
didn't buy as I wasn't in a position to get a LispM those days. Mostly
written about Symbolics machines, IIRC.
I took a look at www.amazon.com, and they still list it:
Lisp Lore : A Guide to Programming the Lisp
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