Just saw this posting on comp.lang.lisp , thought it might be useful to
re-post here. As far as I know, there are no XLISP or Nyquist resources
on this guy's page.
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Date: 25 Dec 2005 01:44:09 -0800
From: Bill Bradford <mrbill@...>
Subject: lispmachine.net - Lisp resources/information site
It started out as a page on my weblog, but I went ahead and registered
a domain and have started updating it on a regular basis as I run
across more material.
Any suggestions for additions/improvements/changes will be greatly
appreciated (as well as leads to where I can find a LispM of my own
other than directly from Symbolics, although I know that's a long