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## To Research
* making sure everything can be visual (pool, math.random) https://github.com/cyclejs/cyclejs/issues/581
* https://github.com/gelisam/frp-zoo
* http://conal.net/papers/push-pull-frp/
* http://conal.net/papers/icfp97/
* https://noflojs.org/
* https://github.com/staltz/cycle-onionify
* http://conal.net/papers/icfp97/
* http://conal.net/papers/push-pull-frp/
* https://github.com/gelisam/frp-zoo
* making sure everything can be visual (pool, math.random) https://github.com/cyclejs/cyclejs/issues/581
* [TiddlyWikin](http://tiddlywiki.com/)
* [Alan Kay HN AMA](https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=11939851)
* http://elevr.com/elevr-leaving-ycr/
* [Hazelnut](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99SRVnRA9Ec)
* https://arxiv.org/pdf/1703.08694.pdf
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* Hacker's Delight: Despite the cringingly misleading title, this is the best book ever written. I'm in rapture. TODO add this to the top of the list as well.
* I'm really enjoying reading his blog from when he, like me now, was 23. Sounds like he was trying to find his way, post-hell-grad-school, and post-break-up with Joanne (which is heartbreaking).
* TODO continue reading his blawg after 5/11/01.
* [Mesh Preview](http://chrispsn.com/mesh-preview.html)
* his main thesis is excel doesn't treat rows as arrays, but you can fix that by dropping location-based referencing (which I also agree with... I think that refering to a cell as A4 is Exel's version of C pointers.)
* [Mesh Announcement Notes](http://chrispsn.com/mesh-announcement-notes.html)
* [Racket 2D Syntax](https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14824217) is neat (and very very similar to [stream-tree](https://github.com/Widdershin/stream-tree))
* HOLY CRAP the [Java Stream Debugger](https://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/9696-java-stream-debugger) he links to is super relevant for me. Stream visualization!
* https://github.com/staltz/cycle-onionify
* https://staltz.com/unidirectional-user-interface-architectures.html
* really neat, powerful, and simple (with just 150 LOC) architecture. I'll have to build something in it eventually to get a better sense for it, and how it'd fit into StreamSheets. It might be impossible...
* [Andre Staltz: The Past, Present, and Future of Cycle.js. Part I – CycleConf 2017](https://vimeo.com/216787869)
* fun to see the whole history of how he came to CycleJS through intuition
* crazy to see how collaborative this project is! Makes me glad I'm now a supporter.
* Great talk, very informative. I wouldn't have needed to chat with Andre as much if I had just found this video (which I almost did, because I did find the slides for this talk)
* [Andre Staltz: The Past, Present, and Future of Cycle.js. Part II – CycleConf 2017](https://vimeo.com/216975979)
* TODO
* wow, this talk is great, and is basically like his "thesis" on what programming is and how to improve it
* [vimeo playback speed increase chrome extension is KILLER](https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/vimeo-repeat-speed/noonakfaafcdaagngpjehilgegefdima/related?hl=en)
* He's really into Luna
* He is into the [Koka langauge](https://koka-lang.github.io/koka/doc/kokaspec.html), particularly how they use familiar dot-notation to represent functional calls
* "Languages are for life" --> 10 year project. Huge commitment. Getting married. I want to do this so bad!
* https://github.com/Widdershin/bonsai-editor
* it's like stream-tree but with a GUI. drag and drop editor for dataflow diagrams

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