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CMU Common Lisp Repository
This is some kind of ancestor of the Common Lisp Directory...
The Common Lisp Repository (formerly the Lisp Utilities Repository) was established by Mark Kantrowitz in 1990 to collect files and progr...
Common Lisp Wikibook
This is a collaborative textbook based on MediaWiki engine for learning Common Lisp programming
Daniel Bobrow CLOS video from 87
Daniel Bobrow clos video, spotted by jao: http://jaortega.wordpress.com/2008/07/21/vintage-clos/
Dynamic Learning Center
A web site that provides students and teachers with documented source code examples, exercises, tools and other resources for learning Common Lisp. It is maintained by Franz, Inc.
Hunchentoot Web Server Installation with SBCL on WindowsXP/Vista
Quick guide to install Hunchentoot on windows with SBCL implementation.
Lisp Programming Style
Some general suggestions/notes about improving Lisp programming style, readability, correctness and efficiency. These are written by Mark Kantrowitz and Barry Margolin and come from the Lisp FAQ.
A repository for interesting Common Lisp software, with the goals of sharing the tools developed over decades of research in advanced fields such as Artificial Intelligence, and demostrating the power...
Literate Programming in Lisp
How to embed text in a Lisp file.
MIT's SICP Open Courseware
MIT Open Courseware for EE 6.001 - Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs.
Meme is a web application written by Kevin Rosenberg which displays Internet Relay Chat (IRC) logs. Currently, Meme is logging select channels from the freenode ircnet, including the #lisp channel.
SICP at ArsDigita University
"The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs" at the ArsDigita University (ADU).
The Evolution of Lisp
A paper by Guy Steele jr. and Richard P. Gabriel describing the different lisp dialects between and including McCarthy's Lisp 1.5 from 1960 and Common Lisp of today. It shows in 109 pages how the desi...
Validating a PGP key without personal contact
An article explaining how to validate the PGP signatures of software packages, and establish a weak but reasonably secure web of trust when establishing an uninterrupted one is not practical. This is ...
Wiki list of websites powered by Lisp
List of websites and other web applications built using Lisp. Entries are strongly encouraged to be listed with the other software components used to build the site such as the web framework used or o...
Usenet newsgroup about Common Lisp