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Today in Computational Necromancy:
Turning the Apple //e into a Lisp Machine
But, while we didn't have extra floppy disks, we did have our laptops. So, we ended up writing some C code that allows us to encode arbitrary binary data as an audio signal. Using this, we were able to write the lisp prototype on our laptops, and simply transmit the program via the audio jack to the Apple //e.
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