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On Tue, Dec 03, 2002 at 09:45:50PM -0500, Daniel Weinreb wrote:
> (I refer here to the original Lisp Machine keyboard, unofficialy
> known as the Space Cadet Keyboard, in which Tom Knight saw fit to
> throw restraint to the winds and put in everything anybody ever
> wanted, including, if I recall correctly, the entire Greek
I was curious to see a picture of this thing and managed to find these
super, meta, hyper...
Hope others find this interesting.
Matt Liggett email@example.com http://pobox.com/~mml
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