They Say/I Say

“Ladies and gentlemen, the age of prestidigitative presentation and publishing is about to begin. Palpitating presentations, screen-scribbled, will dance to your desire, making manifest the many mysteries of winding wisdom. But if we are to rehumanize an increasingly brutal and disagreeable world, we must step up our efforts. And we must hurry. Hurry. Step right up.” Theodor H. Nelson, “Barnum-Tronics.” Swarthmore College Alumni Bulletin, Dec … Continue reading They Say/I Say

Nugget for Personal Dynamic Media

“Imagine having your own self-contained knowledge manipulator in a portable package the size and shape of an ordinary notebook. Suppose it had enough power to outrace your senses of sight and hearing, enough capacity to store for later retrieval thousands of page-equivalents of reference materials, poems, letters, recipes, records, drawings, animations, musical scores, waveforms, dynamic simulations, and anything else you would like to remember and … Continue reading Nugget for Personal Dynamic Media

Nugget from Computer Lib/Dream Machine

“Ladies and gentlemen, the age of prestidigitative presentation and publishing is about to begin. Palpitating presentations, screen-scribbled, will dance to your desire, making manifest the many mysteries of winding wisdom. But if we are to rehumanize an increasingly brutal and disagreeable world, we must step up our efforts. And we must hurry. Hurry. Step right up.” Theodor H. Nelson, “Barnum-Tronics.” Swarthmore College Alumni Bulletin, Dec … Continue reading Nugget from Computer Lib/Dream Machine