--> ap/xxxxx

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xxxxx: Frieze magazine (2007) review by Maria Fusco: (xxxxx_review#1)

research notes/todo: (2006.12.29:3 research#120 tech_notes#328)

[also within alice/kodiak.lisp representation import/export of worlds]

also as performative expansion of xxxxx_at_interface

on the one hand, now that which we can call alice, the environment based on the existent (GNU Emacs and beyond)

on the other hand the existent cpu or hardware (either as fpga or using the ATMega (see cpu link)

environment and series of (preferably networked, interpretative, bit spouting) CPUs within the black marias cpu_model connected by way of serial (and thus USB, or Ethernet using the ENC28J60 from Microchip)

also interface to paper circuits.

Film before Film: What Really Happened Between the Images? (1986) by Werner Nekes

(position of Edison and Black Maria studio within such a history)

Universal Dovetailer. Generation of FPGA HDL. Language generation.

Code stepper.

import/export of both evaluatable code and code environments. OSC.

continuations. leakage. representation (our language finally).

Last chapter of SICP: (2006.12.29:2 lispcpu#4 research#119 tech_notes#327)

Chapter 5: Computing with Register Machines

walking through a Scheme interpreter and compiler for hypothetical (simulated in this instance) stack-based register machine (minus (as simulated in Scheme) various primitive operations such as car, cons))

for such primitives (and a similar implementation) also see:

http://www.frank-buss.de/lispcpu/lispcpu.lisp.txt

(defconstant primitives '#(+ - < > <= >= /= = * set quote setq defun progn get-time set-time set-led get-led while cons car cdr if))

Storage of car, cdr structures is outlined in section 5.3 p533. also garbage collection

towards lispcpu, also perhaps ATMega interpreter/compiler

eev.el: (2006.12.29:1 tech_notes#326 promiscuOS_notes#9)

Lets you place hyperlinks and shell/tcl/TeX/etc code inside plain text files.

from:

http://www.mat.puc-rio.br/~edrx/emacs.html

note also:

Emacs and eev, or: How to Automate Almost Everything

http://angg.twu.net/eev-article.html

with possible use for promiscuOS see:

http://angg.twu.net/eev-article.html#.channels

The way that we saw to send commands to a shell is in two steps: first we use M-x eev in Emacs to send a block of commands, and then we run `ee' at the shell to make it receive these commands. But there is also a way to create shells that listen not only to the keyboard for their input, but also to certain communication channels; by making Emacs send commands through these communication channels we can skip the step of going to the shell and typing `ee' --- the commands are received immediately.

(making use of netcat - netcat as key possible tool for promiscuOS)