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1. From Theory to Systems: A Grounded Approach to Programming Language Education (arxiv.org)
129 points by furcyd 2 days ago | 14 comments
2. Travel through wormholes is possible, but slow (phys.org)
230 points by lelf 3 days ago | 179 comments
3. Why Concatenative Programming Matters (2012) (evincarofautumn.blogspot.com)
63 points by azhenley 3 days ago | 33 comments
4. A wander through a weird landscape to the heart of compilation [pdf] (venge.net)
113 points by bishala 4 days ago | 12 comments
5. The Mystery of Time’s Arrow (nautil.us)
94 points by furcyd 14 days ago | 53 comments
6. Ask HN: Physicists of HN, what are you working on these days?
456 points by sachin18590 22 days ago | 316 comments
7. I Built a Lisp Compiler (timmorgan.org)
354 points by kristianp 21 days ago | 39 comments
8. Why we think giant pterosaurs could fly (2018) (markwitton-com.blogspot.com)
129 points by curtis 24 days ago | 51 comments
9. Rotating Black Holes May Serve as Gentle Portals for Hyperspace Travel (theconversation.com)
154 points by Pharmakon 24 days ago | 165 comments
10. A new Einstein cross is discovered (phys.org)
259 points by arunc 24 days ago | 102 comments
11. A world of message-oriented programming languages (2018) (conman.org)
74 points by bibyte 29 days ago | 25 comments
12. Show HN: H2 Forth CPU (github.com)
120 points by howerj 29 days ago | 26 comments
13. Alan Kay on the Meaning of “Object-Oriented Programming” (2003) (purl.org)
395 points by tosh 31 days ago | 292 comments
14. Illumination for Computer Generated Pictures (1975) [pdf] (northwestern.edu)
50 points by pera 36 days ago | 7 comments
15. Full Metal Jacket: A Visual Programming Language Based on Lisp (fmjlang.co.uk)
166 points by vmorgulis on July 16, 2016 | 104 comments
16. Black Hole Propulsion as Technosignature (centauri-dreams.org)
235 points by elorant 42 days ago | 119 comments
17. Interpreter for a simple Lisp, Written in Prolog (github.com)
120 points by martinlaz 48 days ago | 69 comments
18. Can Programming Be Liberated from the von Neumann Style? (classic) (stanford.edu)
52 points by fogus on Aug 17, 2009 | 34 comments
19. Loglisp: An Alternative to Prolog (1982) (aitopics.org)
79 points by grzm 52 days ago | 15 comments
20. Can Programming Be Liberated, Period? (2008) [pdf] (weizmann.ac.il)
43 points by sktrdie on Dec 26, 2017 | 48 comments
21. Can Programming Be Liberated, Period? (2008) [pdf] (weizmann.ac.il)
40 points by marianoguerra 52 days ago | 8 comments
22. Why Language-Oriented Programming? Why Racket? (beautifulracket.com)
281 points by jessealama 54 days ago | 105 comments
23. 1991 – a server-side web framework written in Forth (1-9-9-1.com)
409 points by ChrisArchitect 64 days ago | 67 comments
24. McCarthy's Ambiguous Operator (2005) (randomhacks.net)
157 points by kristianp 65 days ago | 42 comments
25. Complexity, contingency, and criticality (1994) [pdf] (pnas.org)
30 points by headalgorithm 69 days ago | 1 comment
26. Orca – Live Programming Environment (github.com)
290 points by tobr 68 days ago | 58 comments
27. An Introduction to CubeSats (gereshes.com)
132 points by dyukqu 66 days ago | 61 comments
28. LispOS: Specification of a Lisp operating system (2013) [pdf] (metamodular.com)
140 points by molteanu 68 days ago | 50 comments
29. What insects can tell us about the origins of consciousness (2016) (pnas.org)
150 points by headalgorithm 69 days ago | 107 comments
30. George Boole and the Calculus of Thought (2018) (3quarksdaily.com)
104 points by headalgorithm 71 days ago | 19 comments

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