SICP lectures (Was: [cap-talk] Potting the web-calculus - peace?)
tyler.close at gmail.com
Tue Jan 3 14:30:22 EST 2006
On 1/1/06, Karp, Alan H <alan.karp at hp.com> wrote:
> John Carlson wrote:
> > Well, I've studied Lisp in an AI and Programming Language class. Is
> > there a particular lecture, or should I download the whole
> > course? I'm downloading the first one, but it looks like
> > it's going to
> > take 2 hours. Shouldn't be too bad to brush up on this stuff
> > though.
> I haven't watched them yet, but Tyler has. I'll leave it to him to
Watch them all. They are brilliant. It is very rare that one has a
great idea, implements it well and explains it well. Abelson and
Sussman hit this trifecta with their SICP book and lectures.
The web-calculus is the union of REST and capability-based security:
Name your trusted sites to distinguish them from phishing sites.
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