Practical Common Lisp, Cartoons, & Other Wannados

I own the book. I hope to get around to reading and digesting it sometime soon. I know a little Lisp, more Scheme than Common Lisp, and I’d like to know more.

I would also like to learn to do some more cartoon drawing stuff. I’ve been following Drawn, the Illustration Blog and loving all the variety of styles I see there. Watching today’s kids cartoons on cable, like Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, the Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Danny Phantom, and others, I’m amazed by how downright cool cartoony art can be. I’d like to explore that.

I’d also like to get around to recording and putting online some more ukulele tunes.

2 thoughts on “Practical Common Lisp, Cartoons, & Other Wannados”

  1. Have you seen the Star Wars: Clone Wars cartoons? Those are great. Also, the Animatrix DVD (animated short films about the Matrix world, which I think came out after the first movie) has some amazing stuff in it, especially a two-part history of the rise of the machines.

  2. I haven’t seen much of Clone Wars or any of Animatrix. Both sound pretty cool. :)

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