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B-Sides: Graham Greene’s “Stamboul Train” | Public Books

B-Sides: Graham Greene’s “Stamboul Train” | Public Books

Graham Greene’s 1932 novel Stamboul Train concludes with two of the train’s passengers visiting a musical show in Istanbul, the end of the line. A third passenger has traveled on the train to perform in the show. Although the two in the audience don’t know it yet, the third passenger won’t be appearing onstage because…

The Roots of Lisp by Paul Graham

In 1960, John McCarthy published a remarkable paper in which he did for programming something like what Euclid did for geometry. He showed how, given a handful of simple operators and a notation for functions, you can build a whole programming language. He called this language Lisp, for "List Processing," because one of his key…

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Mercedes-AMG GT63 S Drag Races Audi RS7 In This Twin-Turbo V8...

No spoilers here. You probably know who the winner was. The new Audi RS7 is one of the latest high-powered four-door hailing from Ingolstadt to be enjoyed by car buyers in the United States. Underneath its undeniably sleek and aggressively-styled body, it packs quite a punch. The 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that propels this monster comes…

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