A Schemer in Common Lisp Land

I got my Land of Lisp tshirt (shop is now closed), and thought for my weekend goof-off I’d read thru the book again and try actually using the Common Lisp examples; before I’d just converted it on the fly to Scheme, as I usually do with any Lisp stuff. But doing this exposed me to a fairly annoying environment, so I’ve been writing up my notes, function equivalents, workarounds. And I’ll keep updating this page as I do more with it:

I had thought going in, maybe CL would be usable for some projects. But now, I know there’s no way I would try to use this in production.