Today was tutorials day at ILC. I went to Edi Weitz's Hunchentoot and CL-WHO tutorial in the morning, and Duane Rettig's Allegro Common Lisp optimization tutorial in the afternoon. Interesting things to ponder. One surprise that Duane revealed was MACL - a new Mac OS X UI for Allegro Common Lisp, developed by Clozure Associates. This explains what is going on with Macintosh Common Lisp. Fun fact: MCL was called MACL originally.