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NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 11 May 2004 Lisp NYC Meeting: Russell McManus and Per
NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 11 May 2004 Lisp NYC Meeting: Russell McManus and Perry Metzger on Lisp Macros, both Common and Schematic
11 May 2004 01:51:37 -0400
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Date: 03 May 2004 09:07:11 -0400
From: Heow Eide-Goodman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: lispnyclist <email@example.com>
Subject: [Lisp] Meeting, May 11th
Ok, for the May 11th meeting we've got a nifty macro demo available
involving two people, and three sections:
* macro introduction by Russ
* detailed macro case-study involving regex by Russ
* hygenic macros by Perry
As far as place is concerned, there is a small, intimate church
available near St. Marks & Ave A., which would put it just a short walk
from the N,R and Q & W and 4,5 and F&V and L subway lines.
Being in the center of the E. Village, you won't find a better selection
of bars for a post-meeting drink/discussion.
The only thing we don't have [yet] is a projector.
602 E. 9th St. & Ave B., on Thomkins Square Park
From N,R,Q,W (8th Street NYU Stop) and the 4,5 (Astor Street Stop):
Walk East 4 blocks on St. Marks, cross Thomkins Square Park.
From F&V (2nd Ave Stop):
Walk E one or two blocks, turn north for 8 short blocks
From L (1st Ave Stop):
Walk E one block, turn sounth for 5 short blocks
The M9 bus line drops you off at the doorstep and the M15 is near (get
off on St. Marks & 1st)
To get there by car, take the FDR (East River Drive) to Houston then
go NW till you're at 9th & B. Week-night parking isn't bad at all, but
if you're paranoid about your Caddy or in a hurry, there is a parking
garage on 9th between 1st and 3rd Ave.
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