Symbolics

Symbolics refers to two companies: now-defunct computer manufacturer Symbolics, Inc., and a privately held company that acquired the assets of the former company and continues to sell and maintain the Open Genera Lisp system and the Macsyma computer algebra system.

The symbolics.com domain was originally registered on 15 March 1985, making it the first .com-domain in the world. However, on 27 August 2009, it was sold to XF.com Investments. The current Symbolics web site is available at symbolics-dks.com.

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Symbolics Document Examiner
... Symbolics Document Examiner was a powerful and early hypertext system developed at Symbolics (a manufacturer of high-end workstations) by Janet Walker in 1985 ... The Symbolics Document Examiner was first used for a hypertext implementation of the Symbolics manual in the sixth release of the Genera operating system, and ... The Symbolics manual was an 8,000 page document that was represented in a 10,000 node "hyperdocument" containing 23,000 links in all ...
Object-oriented Operating System - Examples - Symbolics Genera
... Genera from Symbolics is an operating system for Lisp Machines written in ZetaLisp and Symbolics Common Lisp ...
Symbolics Graphics Division - Movies
... ship in Star Trek III The Search for Spock 1985, 3D animations for Real Genius 1987, Symbolics, Stanley and Stella in Breaking the Ice 1989, Symbolics, The Little Death 1990, Symbolics ...
Lisp Machines - Decline
... After a series of internal battles, Symbolics began selling the CADR from the MIT Lab as the LM-2 ... Symbolics had been hindered by Noftsker's promise to give Greenblatt a year's head start, and by severe delays in procuring venture capital ... Symbolics still had the major advantage that while 3 or 4 of the AI Lab hackers had gone to work for Greenblatt, a solid 14 other hackers had signed onto Symbolics ...
Russell Noftsker - Biography - Lisp Machines and Symbolics
... Noftsker formed Symbolics with Robert Adams and a number of AI Lab hackers, taking on the role of president and chairman Greenblatt would eventually start Lisp ... Nofstker was forced out of Symbolics completely by the board in 1988 after an internal battle with the then CEO Brian Sear ... company which he had formed around an earlier Symbolics spin off Macsyma which was selling mathematical software ...