Kalman Reti, the Last Symbolics Developer, Speaks of Lisp Machines.

Boston Lisp Meeting; June 28, 2012.

Update: Here’s a mirror of the film. The Google copy appears to have been censored.

Set the playback quality to “480″ (click on the gear icon in the lower-right-hand corner) or you won’t be able to read the Genera screenshots.

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