John Morrison jm at symbolic-simulation.com
Sun May 10 15:04:00 UTC 2020


I am old enough to have used a CADR Lisp Machine (which fittingly exposed
me not only to the high-voltage Zetalisp language, but the high-voltage CRT
electronics, as the monitor was lacking an enclosure) .  Most of my
subsequent experience (sadly) has been in C/C++.  Perhaps of interest to
this list is the contribution Lisp programmers made in birthing
non-player-characters for networked simulations/games
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SIMNET>.  A pity no-one has ever told the
tale (you will be hard-pressed to find any details whatsoever on the Lisp

My current endeavor integrates new Common Lisp code with complementary open
source software.  Worse may not really be better, but it seems to be a lot
more widespread.


On Fri, May 8, 2020 at 1:03 AM Burton Samograd <busfactor1 at icloud.com>

> Just wanted to say hello.
> Burton Samograd
> A Fellow Lisper
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