Find us at our new home on the web.

not here, but...


Monday, March 30, 2009



Here we have a “device in which an individual stores all his books, records, and communications, and which is mechanized so that it may be consulted with exceeding speed and flexibility.” It’s beyond microfilm, and the point at which machinery of this type will be unnecessary is approaching rapidly, or at least, as rapidly as it is prone to being perceived.

Hypertext was born of this thought, presented by Vannevar B., one of the Roswell signatories. It laid out the foundation for this text flux you are scanning or skipping, as related issues spring up within the parameters set by context, content is limitless and free of restriction when imagination is activated, much as a circuit, managing the input of any given moment at faster than the speed of sound, free association and mimesis, the practice of art, which is magic.

Depends on who you ask.

No comments:

Post a Comment