Software April 6th, 2009
Patrick Stein

Much of the stuff that is supposed to be on this page has not yet moved over from the old website.

CL-FFT v1.4.2011.03.24 released March 24th, 2011
Patrick Stein

Elliott Johnson provided me with some patches for my CL-FFT library so that it will work with Allegro modern mode (mlisp). Here is the new tarball: fft_1.4.2011.03.24.tar.gz and its GPG signature: fft_1.4.2011.03.24.tar.gz.asc Thank you!

Won An “Award” November 19th, 2010
Patrick Stein

Early this year, I wrote a small start of a game for a 7-Day Lisp Programming Contest. I just got some hilarious please, give us information about you we can sell to third parties spam saying that my product has been granted the Famous Software Award. There is an (apparently apocryphal) story that the World […]

C++ Clifford Algebra library getting some use… April 13th, 2010
Patrick Stein

The C++ template classes that I wrote years ago have been one of the most consistent draws to my my website. Every time I check the search terms that brought someone to my site, there are always a few hits for Clifford algebras. I just received some email today from Mijail Guillemard at the University […]

Roto-Mortar: A 7-Day Lisp Game March 26th, 2010
Patrick Stein

Roto Mortar was written for the 2010 LISP Game Design Challenge. The challenge was to design and implement a game in seven days using some LISP dialect. The KPs have been beating on your base all week. Your defenses are just about to collapse. In fact, your mortar cannons are both on the fritz. Billy […]

Spelling Toy iPhone App Released February 9th, 2010
Patrick Stein

I am pleased to announce, that my Spelling Toy for Kids is now available on the iTunes Store. The first five respondents to this article will receive a Promotional Code to download the app for free! (Edit: all promo codes dished out… if you really want one and will publicly review my app in your […]

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