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Theodor Holm Nelson (born June 17, 1937) 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 (in Literary Machines), and teledildonics. According to a 1997 Forbes profile, Nelson "sees himself as a literary romantic, like a Cyrano de Bergerac, or 'the Orson Welles of software.
Home computer revolution. Nelson, Ted. Published by Distributors, 1978. Title: Home Computer Revolution Publisher: Distributors Publication Date: 1978 Binding: PAPERBACK Book Condition: Very Good. ISBN 10: 0893470252, ISBN 13: 9780893470258. View all copies of this book. 1. Home Computer Revolution. Published by Distributors (1978). ISBN 10: 0893470252 ISBN 13: 9780893470258.
Experience TED from home or in theaters. I want to say, "Computer, let's design a car," and the computer shows me a car. And I say, "No, more fast-looking, and less German," and bang, the computer shows me an option. That conversation might be a little ways off, probably less than many of us think, but right now, we're working on it.
Ted Nelson's Computer Paradigm Expressed as One-Liners". "Ted Nelson Possiplex book launch at The Tech Museum – Eventbrite".
For other people named Ted Nelson, see Ted Nelson (disambiguation). Ted Nelson, speaking at the Tech Museum of Innovation in 2011. Ted Nelson's Computer Paradigm Expressed as One-Liners". Retrieved July 3, 2011. Jaron Lanier, Who Owns the Future, New York: Simon & Schuster, 2013. The Tech Museum San Jose.
The Home Computer Revolution (1977). An Interview with Ted Nelson, 1999. Software and Media for a New Democracy a talk given by Ted Nelson at the File festival 005. Wired article, recalling interview with Nelson, August 2005. The effort is documented in the books Computer Lib, Dream Machines (1974), The Home Computer Revolution (1977) and Literary Machines (1981)
For other people named Ted Nelson, see Ted Nelson (disambiguation). This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. The effort is documented in the books Computer Lib, Dream Machines (1974), The Home Computer Revolution (1977) and Literary Machines (1981). Much of his adult life has been devoted to working on Xanadu and advocating for it.