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[A one-page comic story in honor of Ted Nelson’s career.]
[Two poems in honor of Ted Nelson’s career.]
[An edited transcript of a video created for the Intertwingled conference.]
[Ted Nelson has been a friend and colleague for almost the entire time during which he has struggled with one enormous, astoundingly difficult question: how might information, about everything, be better organized, in particular so as to emphasize the complex relationships among its various...
[Personal reflections on the life and work of Ted Nelson.]
[An edited and annotated transcript of a telephone interview of Ted Nelson by Peter Schmideg.]
[Intertwingularity is the idea that everything is deeply interconnected on multiple levels. I will therefore describe my own background and experiences with Ted Nelson, comment on some issues raised by other contributors, and describe my views on the intertwingularity of modern popular culture.]
[Computer Lib/Dream Machines arrived in 1974, exactly in time for the personal computer revolution. It was privately printed and published by Hugo’s Book Service. He kept the inventory in his garage.]
[Sometimes a journey makes itself necessary, as Anne Carson puts it in Autobiography of Red [3, p. 46]. For Nelson it has been a long journey, at times a very difficult one, but it has been necessary. Necessary for him personally—as he puts it in Possiplex, “I have no alternative but to go on....
[My conversations with Ted Nelson began in earnest in 2004 when we shared an office at the Oxford Internet Institute (OII). He was working on Xanadu, and I was working on Scholarship in the Digital Age: Information, Infrastructure, and the Internet . My work was in conversation with Ted’s...
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