Around 10 minutes into Part II, Gordon Bell mentions that Lisp was one of the many languages that came into existence around 1960 and John Toole mentions that the Museum's Software Collection Committee is working on a project to track down historic Lisp source code. The work done so far is online at http://community.computerhistory.org/scc/projects/LISP/  and a similar project exists for the original FORTRAN system at http://community.computerhistory.org/scc/projects/FORTRAN/ . Other projects are underway for Doug Englebart's NLS/Augment system and for the APL programming language.  We welcome more volunteers.


Paul McJones
http://www.mcjones.org/dustydecks/