Monthly Archives: April 2003

More refreshing LISP stuff

Naughty Dog Software used Lisp (Allegro CL) in their title Jak and Daxter. (Okay, the link is from Franz Inc., but still…). So do some games on SourceForge, here and here. For what it’s worth. Here are some interesting paperlets … Continue reading

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GameBoy Advance SP

A number of years ago I worked on the Apple Newton, one of the first PDAs. It was over-hyped and (sigh) frankly buggy and difficult to use in many respects, and the competition saw these defects, fixed them and ran. … Continue reading

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Atari Stuff

I found this article from STart (a magazine about the Atari ST) on the development of (duh) the Atari ST. Most of what’s in it is true. You won’t find the pictures of people scary, but I certainly do. I’m … Continue reading

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