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Authored by: celtic_hackr on Sunday, August 12 2012 @ 03:19 PM EDT

I don't have to edit my title either.

You are partly correct. I'm mixing my usage of LISP.

It was a Symbolics LISP machine. But Franz Lisp was by at least 1987 a multitasking implementation, and capable of being run as an OS.

As for LISP as an OS. You are simply wrong and need to do more research and more and more and more.

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Authored by: celtic_hackr on Sunday, August 12 2012 @ 03:26 PM EDT
When I spoke of the patents involving Java, I should have been more clear I was speaking in general about the patents in the Apple presentation to Samsung. They paraded out about 80 some odd pages filled with patent numbers. It became numbing at one point. As well as nauseating. I don't recommend reading the presentation, as it will surely disgust you. If you are any kind of the sane, rational human being I think you are. There must have been hundreds of patents in there, and at least a few of them appeared to me to be claiming priority or ownership over Java patents. Here's the news link with the presentation.

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