This category holds links to software, Web, and FTP sites pertaining to Lisp machines in any form. These are computers which design is optimized to run Lisp and related software. The first Lisp machines arose in the early 1970s. The term is a general name for all such devices, but was used as a proper name by a firm called LISP Machine, Inc., LMI.
Miscellaneous information and meta-information, mostly small practical details not covered by other pages, for those who'd like to discover the fantastic lost world of Lisp Machines.
Growing article, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia]
On this Unix machine and its sibling, the TI Explorer Lisp Machine.
A document describing and giving schematics for converting a Xerox optical mouse for use with a Symbolics LispM. More useful today for Symbolics users who need technical information on their mouse connector and how to go about attaching other pointing devices in its place.
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