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St. Joseph's College, McEntegart Hall Library
by St. Joseph's College, New York
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Voices of SJC is an oral history project curated by McEntegart Hall Library/Archives in collaboration with Brooklyn Campus Honors Program.  To learn more about Voices of SJC, visit  McEntegart Hall Library Archives
Topics: Saint Joseph's College (Brooklyn, N.Y.), St. Joseph's College (Brooklyn, N.Y.), Oral History,...
Ted Nelson Archive
by Ted Nelson
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SCRAWLED PREDICTION ABOUT ON-LINE PUBLISHING, 1978 The scrawl indicates that I wrote it in bed,  in semi-darkness. It was a note for my CONTU preparations--  I was to speak before Senator Gore's committee on copyright.  And I expected Xanadu to be the great publishing repository. In case you can't read it, it says:  PAPER PUBLISHING  WILL BEGIN  TO DIMINISH  IN FAVOR  OF ELECTRONIC  PUBLISHING   IN TWO  OR THREE  YEARS. What is interesting about this note is the date, 13 Feb 1978,...
Topics: online publishing, network publishing, repository publishing