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The Parable of the Languages: "If programming languages could speak, really speak, not just crunch bytes and stream bits, they would have much to say that is both wise and profound. After all, the original programmers were philosophers, and programming languages were philosopher tools... (Photo intensive, and weird. Very.)"
"LISP would have spoken, but it had caught a glimpse of itself in the pond and fell in when it tried to meet itself coming."
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