Re[2]: Originator of "hypertext"

Subject: Re[2]: Originator of "hypertext"
From: "Eric J. Ray" <ejray -at- OKWAY -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU>
Date: Thu, 15 Dec 1994 14:33:44 -0600

I don't know when Ted Nelson did his thing, but
Vannevar Bush wrote about the "memex," which sounds
like a hypertext-type concept, in The Atlantic Monthly
in July 1945. For more, check out the URL:
Look in Sections 7 and 8.
ejray -at- okway -dot- okstate -dot- edu

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Subject: Re: Originator of "hypertext"
Author: Gwen Gall <ggall -at- ca -dot- oracle -dot- com> at SMTP
Date: 12/15/94 10:10 AM

In-Reply-To: CNSEQ1:TECHWR-L -at- VM1 -dot- ucc -dot- okstate -dot- edu's message of 12-14-94 17:20

Lisa Baker asked who was the originator of the term hypertext. "The Computer
Glossary", 5th ed. says this: "The concept was coined by Ted Nelson was a
method for making the computer respond to the way humans think and require

No clue to his whereabouts, of course....

Gwen (ggall -at- ca -dot- oracle -dot- com)

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