> On 20 set, 23:38, Xah Lee
> > • 〈Death of Newsgroups〉http://xahlee.org/UnixResource_dir/writ2/death_of_newsgroups.html
> what's the matter? Lisp has been dead for longer than newsgroups, but
> is still alive and kicking... (specially among old farts)...
i think clojure is really putting life back in lisp, from several hours of blog reading yesterday.
lisp had a come back in early 2000s, due to Paul Graham and Practical Common Lisp,
• 〈Computer Language Popularity Trend〉
but seems to have gone on a steady decline since. But i think clojure is now a new wave of lisp come-back.