Upon graduation from college with a degree in sociology, I became a mainframe computer salesman for NCR. This was so patently ludicrous that I was panicked into reading computer magazines and computer books into the wee hours every morning. I feared that I would be found out, exposed as a non-technical Continue reading
Last night I attended a celebration of the publication of Ted Nelson’s autobiographical unbook, Possiplex: Movies, Intellect, and Creative Control. My Computer Life and the Fight for Civilization.
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