Bye, bye Planet Lisp
Thursday, December 27, 2007
Zach has dropped my blog from
Planet Lisp (see
this post and
this post). He says "Bill's blog is great, but it's not
all that often about Common Lisp any more". I've made about 80 posts
in the past year, of which 56 were lisp-related. However, of that 56,
only 16 were CL-specific, so Zach is correct in that I don't focus on
CL as much as I used to in previous years. Planet Lisp is Zach's site and he determines what
content gets displayed, so I've got no problem with him making that
So, if you want to read my blog and you used to read it via Planet Lisp, now would be a good time to update your bookmarks and/or RSS reader! ;-)
Incidentally, if you want to read an aggregation of CL, Scheme, and Emacs blog posts, you might want to have a look at the Yahoo Pipes Lisp mashups that I created. There are two different ones:
- Lisp Pipe: An aggregation of the content from my blog, Planet Lisp, and the lisp-specific content from Reddit, Lemonodor, Lambda the Ultimate, and Bluish Coder.
- Lisp/Scheme/Emacs Pipe: An aggregation of all of the content from #1 plus the content from Planet Scheme and Planet Emacsen (if you are interested in Scheme and Emacs Lisp as well).