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Common Lisp bits

A collection of Lisp Usenet gems, including articles from Kent Pitman, Erik Naggum, Chris Riesbeck, Pascal Costanza, and Will Hartung.

Things I Want in Common Lisp by Robert Smith.

Video demo of cl-notebook by lnaimathi. By the same author: [T]he primary endeavor of every programmer is twofold: To understand, and to be understood, which demonstrates generating code from a visual diagram.

Looking to start a band? Stumped on a name? See this twitter thread for inspiration.

simple-search is a "smaller alternative to Montezuma" that "allows you to index documents you have stored in-memory and query them in various ways." Looks good. From Andrew Lyon.

It is not hard to read Lisp code, by Jisang Yoo.

mathkit is "
a purely math-related utility kit, providing functions which can be useful for games, 3D, and GL in general" by Ryan Pavlik.