There have been a number of interesting Lisp things lately.
- Rainer Joswig wrote about the upcoming Hamburg Lisp meeting next Wednesday. His article is cool for two reasons: it has a couple pretty graphics explaining some Lisp machine genealogy, and it points to Piano5, a graphical aircraft-related application that Edi Weitz ported to LispWorks.
- Gainsville-Green.com is an experimental UCW site. Behind-the-scenes blog post is here. It uses UCW, Postgres, SBCL, CXML, CHTML, etc. and features neat integration with Google graphing and mapping tools.
- Peter Christensen wrote a nice guide for installing CLISP, Emacs, and SLIME on Windows XP.
- The Vancouver Lisp Users Group meeting is tomorrow. Drew Crampsie will talk about Lisp on Lines.
- Craig Andera is going to talk about Common Lisp tomorrow night in Washington, D.C.
- Video of Christophe's talk at S3 is now available
- Patrick has been drawing some pretty graphics with Vecto