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Fri, 24 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
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> If you're new to this newsgroup, we invite you to post an introduction
> of yourself and your experiences and applications for Logo. We look
> forward to hearing from you.

. . .

Actually, I don't subscribe to the mailing list, but I do keep an eye on
the newsgroup.

I'm Paul Wexelblat
I suspect that I've been involved with Logo longer than anyone else who
posts here.
I wrote parts of Logo on the DEC PDP-1 at BBN in the late 60's?
(The first Logo was actually written in LISP on the PDP-1 at BBN, but if
you've read the FAQ file, this is not new to you.)
I'm not doing Logo stuff now, but I do (occasionally) teach Computer
Science at UMass.
I'd be glad to add an historical aspect to philosophical issues, or a
philosophical aspect to historical issues

My real email address (antispam) is


I built the first Logo turtle (a remote controlled, wireless floor
turtle with sensors named Irving)

Mon, 27 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
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