[racket] Updated Liitin project page

From: Jukka Tuominen (jukka.tuominen at finndesign.fi)
Date: Mon Feb 9 19:48:01 EST 2015

Based on the feedback, I have added a little screen capture strip
explaining how this Liitin storage works from the user's perspective. It
shows each step starting from boot, how to run a stored object (Racket
program: Eliza), view its source code, and how you could modify it to your
liking. Not really much harder than using the Notepad App, what do you

You can find it at the end of the Racket section or directly from this link:


BTW, these are full-sized, actual screen captures, and depending on your
browser, you may have to zoom it in to see them in correct size.

br, jukka

> Dear Racketeers,
> for those interested in Liitin development, the project home page has just
> been updated.
> "Liitin is a profoundly new approach to computing aiming to make the
> Future Internet more useful by means of improved compatibility of software
> and hardware and providing permanent data storage, but most of all, making
> it all much easier and fun to use."
> Racket plays a key role in Liitin, probably best described as "mother
> tongue". Liitin is a operating-system level design concept, and all
> aspects of it are to be controllable with Racket. Racket is directly
> connected to a permanent object storage, and
> creating/viewing/modifying/sharing objects is really simple and quick.
> Objects can be data, functions or even GUI apps.
> There are now some additional information for Racket developers. Please,
> see...
> http://liitin.org
> Even though Liitin has been functional in proof-of-concept level for some
> time now, full deployment still needs a lot of work and investments. So,
> I'd be interested  in hearing your opinion about possible crowdfunding and
> crowdsourcing approach? It's all technically feasible and it would be so
> much more useful if everybody could have access to it.
> All comments about the project are highly appreciated.
> br, jukka

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