Monthly Archives: November 2009

Side by side: Python, Common Lisp, Clojure

UPDATE: Find the rest of the code at My holiday project (of the sort that doesn’t involve cooking at least) is porting the Bayesian spam code from Peter Seibel’s great book “Practical Common Lisp” to Clojure. This will be a big part of the next-gen Big In Twitter that’s slowly coming together. Although I’ve been [...]
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Google’s Chrome OS is pessimistic

Listening to the motivation behind Google’s Chrome OS I was struck by how pessimistic it sounds. What do you get in an OS designed for tomorrow’s netbooks? You get a lot less. You’ll more than likely run it on a very cheap feeling plastic computer. Keep in mind today’s $300-400 netbook isn’t what Google is [...]
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