So I have played around a bit with Paul Graham’s new language arc. I wouldn’t go so far as it say that it’s really a new language but rather a new dialect of lisp. None the less I think it’s pretty cool for prototyping web applications which can be described in terms of action flows.

In order to join the fun you need mzscheme 352. Unfortunately Ubuntu Gutsy comes with too new of a version of mzscheme, so you need to get the older version from Fiesty and recompile it for Gutsy. For those of you who do not wish to go through the process I provide you with an mzscheme package (version 352) for the x86 architecture.

So go get hacking.

Also you might find this API wiki helpful as there isn’t a whole lot of documentation at the moment.