The Monad.Reader

Binding your input since 2005

Issue 14

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I am pleased to announce that a new issue of The Monad.Reader is now available.

Issue 14 consists of the following three articles:

  • Fun with Morse Code by Heinrich Apfelmus
  • Hieroglyph 2: Purely Functional Information Graphics Revisited by Jefferson Heard
  • Lloyd Allison’s Corecursive Queues: Why Continuations Matter by Leon P Smith

Feel free to browse the source files. You can check out the entire repository using darcs

> darcs get http://sneezy.cs.nott.ac.uk/darcs/TMR/Issue14

If you’d like to write something for the next issue of The Monad.Reader, please get in touch. I haven’t fixed the deadline for the next issue just yet. Expect a deadline late 2009.

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Written by wouterswierstra

July 29, 2009 at 7:35 am

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  1. Love the blog! It’s great to be able to subscribe to your RSS feed and see when new issues come out.

    Justin Bailey

    July 29, 2009 at 3:34 pm

  2. Hmm, I can’t open this issue (14) with Adobe Reader 0.8.0, apparently the file is corrupt. Other issues open okay. I’ll see if I can reproduce in another PDF reader when I get home from work.

    Dave Tapley

    July 30, 2009 at 10:07 am

  3. Justin: Thanks!

    Dave: It works for me with Adobe Reader 0.9 on Mac OS X. If you manage to diagnose the problem, please let me know!

    wouterswierstra

    July 30, 2009 at 10:16 am

  4. I can’t download the link. Firefox keeps trying forever!

    Nikhil

    August 1, 2009 at 5:05 pm

    • Nikhil: It works for me… Could it be a problem with your connection?

      wouterswierstra

      August 1, 2009 at 5:49 pm

  5. [...] of all monads? Filed under: continuations, haskell, monads — lpsmith @ 8:34 am So Issue 14 of the Monad Reader is out, which includes my paper “Lloyd Allison’s Corecursive [...]

  6. [...] my recent Monad Reader article, I disentangled the bits of circular programming from Lloyd Allison’s queue, and for [...]

  7. [...] I won’t be finishing any of them today, instead I’ll issue an erratum for my paper in Issue 14 of the Monad Reader. On page 53 I wrote: Writer monads partially enforce the efficient use of list concatenation. In [...]


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