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NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 10 June 2003 Lisp NYC: Kenny Tilton will expound on A

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Subject: NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 10 June 2003 Lisp NYC: Kenny Tilton will expound on Alan Kay's "Everything is a cell."
Date: 9 Jun 2003 15:45:48 -0400

Last month Lisp NYC learned from T. F. Burdick how Lisp is already helping
to more rigorously check the safety of parts of OS X.  This month
Kenny Tilton will give an introduction to the Tilton System of Cellular
Automation.  At present TSCA cells are mostly used to automate
human-machine IO systems, but cells implement a general communication
discipline often critical in the management of code that might otherwise
degenerate to a mass of spaghetti control pass-offs.

Official Lisp NYC announcement below.

Jay Sulzberger <address@hidden>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.

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To: "address@hidden" <address@hidden>
Subject: [Lisp] Meeting announcement for 10 June 2003

It is my pleasure to announce our meeting at "Time Out" on June/10/2003 at
7pm.  The meeting will run for about an hour and then we will go to the
bar.  It is down stairs.

Here are the directions:

The deets:

Name: Time Out
Location: Amsterdam between 76th and 77th, east side of street, between
River (Vietnamese and also good food) and another bar/restaurant (name
forgotten, also good food,drink).
getting there:

-- by car, 79th street exit from west side highway, down west end ave or
broadway to 76th, turn left and one or two blocks to Amsterdam.

-- by subway, 1-2-3-9 (the red line) to 72nd or 79th and Broadway. From
72nd, walk up Amsterdam (not Broadway). Amsterdam and Broadway cross at
72nd. From 79th, walk east one long block to Amsterdam and turn right/south.


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