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Xanadu Bibliography

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"As We May Think"
Vannevar Bush, pages 106--107 The Atlantic Monthly July 1945

"A File Structure for the Complex, the Changing and the Indeterminate"
Ted Nelson, proceedings of the ACM 20th national conference 1965

"The Hypertext"
Ted Nelson, proceedings of the World Documentation Federation 1965

"Suggestion for an On-Line Braille Display"
Ted Nelson, proceedings of the Society for Information Display autumn 1965

"Computer-Indexed Film Handling"
Ted Nelson, SMPTE conference preprint autumn 1965

"New Media and Creativity Systems"
Ted Nelson, graphical brochure intended to expound computer graphics and related concepts circa 1966

"Hypertext Notes"
Ted Nelson, ten brief essays on hypertext forms circulated in manuscript circa 1966

"Getting It Out of Our System"
Ted Nelson, pages 191--210 in George Schecter (editor), "Information Retrieval: A Critical View", Thompson Books (Washington D.C.) 1967

"Nelson's the Name, and What He Proposes Could Outdo Englebart"
page 97 Electronics Magazine 24 November 1969

"A Hypertext Editing System for the 360"
Ted Nelson, Steven Carmody et al. in Faiman and Nievergelt (editors), "Pertinent Concepts in Computer Graphics", University of Illinois Press 1969

"No More Teacher's Dirty Looks"
Ted Nelson, Computer Decisions September 1970

Partially reprinted in Les Brown and Sema Marks, "Electric Media", Harcourt 1974

Fully reprinted in Ted Nelson, "Computer Lib" 1974

Ted Nelson, Swarthmore College Alumni Bulletin December 1970

"Las Vegas Confrontation Sit-Out: A CAI Radical's View from Solitary"
Ted Nelson, SIGCUE Newsletter 1971

"As We Will Think"
Ted Nelson, proceedings of the Online '72 International Conference on Online Interactive Computing, Brunel University, Uxbridge England 1973

"A Conceptual Framework for Man-Machine Everything"
Ted Nelson, proceedings of the AFIPS National Joint Computer Conference 1973

"Computer Lib/Dream Machines"
Ted Nelson, Mindful Press 1974

"Computopia and Cybercrud"
Ted Nelson, in Levien (editor), "Computers in Instruction", The Rand Corporation 1974

"Computer Graphics as a Way of Life"
Ted Nelson, Tom DeFanti and Dan Sandin, proceedings of the first SIGGRAPH conference 1974

"Data Realms and Magic Windows"
Ted Nelson, proceedings of ACPA-5 Association of Computer Programmers and Analysts 1975

"A Dream for Irving Snerd"
Ted Nelson, pages 79--81, Creative Computing magazine volume 3 #3 May-June 1977

"Electronic Publishing and Electronic Literature"
Ted Nelson, in Edward DeLand (editor), "Information Technology in Health Science Education", Plenum Press 1978

"Replacing the Printed Word: A Complete Literary System"
Ted Nelson, proceedings of the World Computer Conference 1980
pages 1013--1023, S.H. Lavington (editor), "Information Processing 80", North-Holland Publishing Company 1980

"Interactive Systems and the Design of Virtuality"
Ted Nelson, Creative Computing magazine November & December 1980

"Literary Machines"
Ted Nelson, self-published 1981

"The Magicians, the Snark and the Camel"
Ted Nelson, pages 128--156, Creative Computing magazine volume 7 #11 November 1981

"A New Home for the Mind"
Ted Nelson, pages 169--180, Datamation magazine March 1982

"The Prophet from Xanadu"
Clifford Barney, PC World magazine volume 1 #3 circa June 1983

"Computopia Now!"
Ted Nelson, pages 349--351 in Steve Ditlea (editor), "Digital Deli", Workman Publishing San Francisco 1984

"Tools for Thought: The People and Ideas behind the Next Computer Revolution"
Howard Rheingold, Simon and Schuster 1985 (page 24 and pages 295--305)

"Engines of Creation: Challenges and Choices of the Last Technological Revolution"
K. Eric Drexler, Anchor/Doubleday 1986 (pages 220--230)

Article in The Economist (London) 23 August 1986

"A Vision of the Future"
Ted Nelson, Publishers Weekly 23 November 1986

"The Tyranny of the File"
Ted Nelson, Datamation magazine 15 December 1986

"Computer Lib/Dream Machines"
Ted Nelson, second edition Microsoft Press 1987

"Literary Machines 87.1"
Ted Nelson, self-published 1987

"Literary Machines"
Ted Nelson, electronic edition OWL International, Inc. Bellevue Washington 1987

"All for One and One for All"
Ted Nelson, proceedings of the Hypertext '87 conference November 1987

"Hypertext Publishing and the Evolution of Knowledge"
K. Eric Drexler, pages 87--120, Social Intelligence volume 1 #2 (edited version of a paper originally submitted to the Hypertext '87 conference)

"Managing Immense Storage"
Ted Nelson, pages 225--238, BYTE magazine volume 13 #1 January 1988

"To Strike the Lightning"
Ted Nelson, HyperAge February-March 1988

"The Call of the Ocean: Hypertext Universal and Open"
Ted Nelson, HyperAge May-June 1988

"Literary Machines 88.1"
Ted Nelson, self-published 1988

Hypertext '87 keynote address
Andries van Dam, pages 887--895, CACM volume 31 #7 July 1988

"Information Management: A Proposal"
Tim Berners-Lee, CERN March 1989, May 1990

"Macintosh Hypermedia Volume I, Reference Guide"
Michael Fraase, Scott, Foresman and Company 1990

"Hypertext Publishing"
Marc Stiegler, Unix Review magazine February 1990

Reprinted in "Xanadu Documentation for Spire(TM) v1.01", pages 3--5, Xanadu Operating Company June 1991

"Literary Machines 90.1"
Ted Nelson, self-published 1990

"Virtual World Without End"
Ted Nelson, keynote to the CyberArts International conference 7 September 1990
(Available from Mindful Press)

"The Right Way to Think about Software Design"
Ted Nelson, in Brenda Laurel (editor), "The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design", Addison-Wesley 1990

"On the Xanadu Project"
Ted Nelson, pages 298--299 BYTE magazine volume 15 #9 September 1990 (picture and bio on page 304)

Steve Ditlea, pages 201--210, PC/Computing magazine October 1990

"Literary Machines 91.1"
Ted Nelson, self-published 1991

"Computers as Theatre"
Brenda Laurel, Addison-Wesley 1991 (pages 28--29 and 129--132)

"Building Xanadu"
Michael Swaine, pages 111--115, Dr. Dobb's Journal issue #175 April 1991

"Intellectual property rights for digital library and hypertext publishing systems: An analysis of Xanadu"
Pamela Samuelson & Robert Glushko, pages 39--50, proceedings of the ACM Conference on Hypertext 1991

"An Interview With Xanadu Founder Ted Nelson"
John Perry Barlow, pages 136--41, Mondo 2000 August 1991

"Two Men, Two Visions of One Computer World, Indivisible"
Andrew Pollack, page 13, The New York Times 8 December 1991

"Hypertext and Hypermedia: The Effect on Libraries, Patrons, and Information Organization"
Undergraduate Departmental Honors Thesis by Ben Ide, School of Library Science and Instructional Technology Southern Connecticut State University April 1992

"Xanadu Hypermedia Server Developer Documentation"
The Xanadu Operating Company, Inc. 15 July 1992
(Available from Mindful Press)

"Xanadu Space 1993"
Ted Nelson, Mindful Press 25 October 1992

Ian Feldman, TidBITS ezine issue #30 1992

"Literary Machines 93.1"
Ted Nelson, Mindful Press 1993

"The Metaphysics of Virtual Reality"
Michael Heim, Oxford University Press 1993 (especially pages 33--36)

"Intellectual property rights for digital library and hypertext publishing systems"
Pamela Samuelson & Robert Glushko, pages 237--261, Harvard Journal of Law & Technology Spring 1993

"Electric Word: Xanadu Redux"
pages 25--26, WiReD magazine issue 1.2 May/June 1993

Adam C. Engst, TidBITS ezine issue #204 29 November 1993

"Above and Beyond Hypertext: The Inexorable Logic of Metamedia Publishing"
Ted Nelson, proceedings of the Hypertext '93 conference

"WWW Activity at Hypertext '93"
Kevin Hughes, WWW page 29 November 1993

"The Virtual Community"
Howard Rheingold, Secker & Warburg 1994 (page 103)

"State of the Art Review on Hypermedia Issues and Applications"
V. Balasubramian, WWW pages March 1994

"A pleasure dome for the digital dreamer"
Lisa Mitchell, pages 23--25 The Age (Melbourne) issue 43,324 12 April 1994

"Publishing in the Point-and-Click Universe"
Ted Nelson, proceedings of the First Australian National Convergence Symposium 13--15 April 1994

"Hyperformance in the Hyperfuture"
Ted Nelson, proceedings of the John Moores University Multimedia Conference, Liverpool May 1994

"Xanadu You"
Jeremy Torr, page 35 Just Magazines Computer Market issue #16 June 1994

"Here in Xanadu"
Stephen Withers, page 6 Australian & New Zealand MacUser June 1994

"XANADU: the Conversation of the Digital Text"
Avon Huxor, pages 1923--1927, Mediamatic volume 8 issue #1 Summer 1994

"The Xanadu Express Royalty Server and Payment System"
Ted Nelson, brochure distributed at ONE BBSCON, Denver August 1994

"K-Tree Container Data Structures"
Rodney Bates, pages 26--34 Dr. Dobb's Journal, September 1994

"In Search of Xanadu"
Cara Spring-Gardner, pages 14--15 THE MESSAGE issue #8 October 1994

"An Overview of Hypermedia and Multimedia Systems"
Hermann Maurer, pages 1--11 in Nadia Magnenat Thalmann and Daniel Thalmann (editors), "Virtual Worlds and Multimedia", Wiley 1995

"Hack Links"
John Walker, proposal published online 12 July 1995

"ZigZag and Xanadu: A Chat with Ted Nelson"
Lee Callister, Digiville NuMedia Gazette 1995

George Gilder, Simon & Schuster 1996 (chapter 14, "The Coming Software Shift")

"Japanese Embrace A Man Too Eccentric For Silicon Valley"
David P. Hamilton, The Wall Street Journal April 24 1996

"The Way Hypertext Spoze to Be"
Michael Swaine, page 72, WEB Techniques Vol. 1 #6 September 1996

"Literature to Last: Design for a Universal Digital Medium"
Ted Nelson, pages 98--102 in "Labile Ordnungen", Hans-Bredow-Institut (Hamburg) 1997, proceedings of the Interface 3 conference

"Xanadu's Creator at 60: Still Visionary, Still Cantankerous"
Steve Ditlea, CyberTimes section of The New York Times, 22 June 1997

"'Transcopyright': a Shareware-Style Web Use Doctrine"
Steve Ditlea, CyberTimes section of The New York Times, 22 June 1997

"Computer Lib/Dream Machines"
Ted Nelson, facsimile reproduction of the first edition, ASCII Corporation (Tokyo) July 1997

"The Future of Information: Ideas, Connections and the Gods of Electronic Literature"
Ted Nelson, ASCII Corporation (Tokyo) August 1997


This bibliography was compiled by (Andrew Pam).