Gary of hekal.org claims Jim Dixon wrote this software for the Apple II.
Eric T. Senior writes
"LOLA stood for Lambda-On-Line-Again. It was created by Jim Dixon (aka
Lambda-Boy). It was run by Mike "Barney" Fishell out of his apartment in
La Mesa, CA. The system was run on a PC that used a Menlo Park Phone Book
to prevent the motherboard from shorting out on the bottom of the
case. LOLA went on-line around 1983-1984 (if memory serves correct). A
couple of years later, after LOLA, LISA came on-line (Lambda-Is-Still-Around)."