It was Bernie Greenberg, who discovered that it was . He wrote a version of Emacs in Multics MacLisp, and he wrote his commands in MacLisp in a straightforward fashion. The editor itself was written entirely in Lisp. Multics Emacs proved to be a great success — programming new editing commands was so convenient that even the secretaries in his office started learning how to use it. They used a manual someone had written which showed how to extend Emacs, but didn't say it was a programming. So the secretaries, who believed they couldn't do programming, weren't scared off. They read the manual, discovered they could do useful things and they learned to program.
How I do my computing mostly I use a text console
I never used Unix (not even for a minute) until after I decided to develop a free replacement for it
I chose that design to follow because it was portable and seemed fairly clean. I was never a fan of Unix; I had some criticisms of it too.
The most powerful programming language is Lisp.
Lisp is no harder to understand than other languages. So if you have never learned to program, and you want to start, start with Lisp.
РМС: вместо того, чтобы заставить производителя принтера исправить ошибку в драйвере, не задумываясь, принялся писать текстовой редактор, затем компилятор языка С и в итоге не удержался даже в рамках одной ОС. Теперь он везде, а его последователи проникли даже в космос.
Поттеринг, обнаружив, что в его компьютере звук автоматически не переключается с динамиков на наушники, вместо того, чтобы внести изменения в существующую архитектуру alsa или приладить микрик в гнездо наушников, принялся писать свой звуковой сервер в пространстве пользователя, чтобы затем вывод альзы оторвать от звукового устройства и завернуть на этот сервер, а выход сервера вернуть обратно в альзу. Затем, походя он обнаружил проблему инитскрипте и... переписал весь фрейворк инициализации системы initscripts, а выяснив по пути, что сислог не отвечает его ощущению идеала журналирования... впрочем об этом позже.
Late last year, president Obama signed a law that makes it possible to indefinitely detain terrorist suspects without any form of trial or due process. Peaceful protesters in Occupy movements all over the world have been labelled as terrorists by the authorities. Initiatives like SOPA promote diligent monitoring of communication channels. Thirty years ago, when Richard Stallman launched the GNU project, and during the three decades that followed, his sometimes extreme views and peculiar antics were ridiculed and disregarded as paranoia - but here we are, 2012, and his once paranoid what-ifs have become reality.
Of course he's a Jew. I've been trying to tell people that for years, but no one listens! Almost everyone in the FSF leadership is a Jew. Their goal has always been to artificially force software prices down so that more computer programmers will lose their job. They are scared of the technological advances in Europe and are desperate to slow it down by sabotaging it.
I don't understand why some people like Linux, as there is no point in doing that. It can be compared to those Jewish so-called "supermodels" who use make up, special camera angles and photoshopping to hide their ugliness. In reality, they are hideous, foul smelling, wrinkly and unclean. Architecturally, Linux incorporates just about every possible design flaw one could think of. Everything seems to be built backwards.
Отсюда: http://www.stormfront.org/forum/t448325/ Очевидно, не только парашкинским поцреотам типа Карманова рвёт пердаки от опенсорца, евроамериканские расисты не отстают.
"Steve Jobs, the pioneer of the computer as a jail made cool, designed to sever fools from their freedom, has died. As Chicago Mayor Harold Washington said of the corrupt former Mayor Daley, "I'm not glad he's dead, but I'm glad he's gone." Nobody deserves to have to die - not Jobs, not Mr. Bill, not even people guilty of bigger evils than theirs. But we all deserve the end of Jobs' malign influence on people's computing. Unfortunately, that influence continues despite his absence. We can only hope his successors, as they attempt to carry on his legacy, will be less effective."