Why Is Ted Nelson Influential? (Suggest an Edit or Addition) According to , Wikipedia Theodor Holm Nelson is an American pioneer of information technology, philosopher, and sociologist. He coined the terms hypertext and hypermedia in 1963 and published them in 1965. Nelson coined the terms transclusion, virtuality, and intertwingularity . According to a 1997 Forbes profile, Nelson "sees himself as a literary romantic, like a Cyrano de Bergerac, or 'the Orson Welles of software'." (See a Problem?) Ted Nelson's Published Works
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1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 Published Papers (420) Complex information processing: a file structure for the complex, the changing and the indeterminate (1965) Computer Lib/Dream Machines (1974) (235) 4.2: A File Structure for The Complex, The Changing and the Indeterminate (1965) (230) (154) Xanalogical structure, needed now more than ever: parallel documents, deep links to content, deep versioning, and deep re-use (1999) (118) The heart of connection: hypermedia unified by transclusion (1995) Replacing the Printed Word: A Complete Literay System (1980) (78) Managing immense storage (1988) (67) (66) All for one and one for all (1987) A Cosmology for a Different Computer Universe: Data Model, Mechanisms, Virtual Machine and Visualization Infrastructure (2006) (60) As we will think (1991) (58) Embedded Markup Considered Harmful (1997) (38) (37) Petroleum and Plate Tectonics of the Southern Red Sea (1975) (35) A conceptual framework for man-machine everything (1973) Software : Information Technology : Its New Meaning for Art (1970) (26) (20) The unfinished revolution and Xanadu (1999) (19) Structure, tradition and possibility (2003) (19) Electronic Publishing and Electronic Literature (1978) (18) Back to the future: hypertext the way it used to be (2007) Transcopyright: Dealing with the Dilemma of Digital Copyright. (1997) (15) (13) ZigZag (Tech briefing) (2001) (9) Xanadu: document interconnection enabling re-use with automatic author credit and royalty accounting (1994) The heart of connection: hypermedia unifiedby transclusion : Designing hypermedia applications (1995) (9) (7) Computer graphics as a way of life (1974) (5) Crush and crash: logic of a terrible tomorrow (1997) (4) Transcopyright: A Simple Legal Arrangement for Sharing, Re-use, and Republication of Copyrighted Material on the Net (1997) (3) The once and future literature (1990) Way Out of the Box (1999) (3) (3) What Box? (2015) (2) Transhyperability and argumedia (2005) (2) Las Vegas confrontation sit-out: a CAI radical's notes from solitary (1970) Philosophy of Hypertext (2017) (2) (1) Pivot poles and plate motion reconstructions (1981) Literary Machines 931 (1982) (1) (0) Abstracts from the conference on computer graphics and interactive techniqes (1974) (0) Guest Editorial: The once and future literature (1990) IS HYPERTEXT A MORE FLEXIBLE TEACHING TOOL FOR EDUCATION ? (2014) (0) Freedom and power (1993) (0) Yu. Gribinenko HYPERTEXT PHENOMENON AS A FORM AND THE WAY OF FUNCTIONING OF MUSICAL CONSCIOUSNESS (2015) (0) (0) Microgrids with Storage (2015) The Heart of Connection : Hyermedia Unified by Transclu Sion ' (2017) (0) More Papers
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