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Ted Nelson: A Critical (and Critically Incomplete) Bibliography

  • Henry LowoodEmail author
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The goal of this bibliography is to put together a complete picture of Ted Nelson’s body of work as expressed in publication, including selections from ephemeral and non-print media.

16.1 Introduction

Devoting time to serious bibliographical matters as a tribute to Ted Nelson may seem like a quaintly out-of-tune and bookish, if not totally misguided project. It is easy to pigeon-hole Ted’s work as belonging to a generation of adventurous and creative writers and editors active during the 1960s who began to find that traditional print media constrained the expression of their ideas. Marshall McLuhan and the Whole Earth Catalog come to mind. Indeed, Literary Machines opens with the declaration that it is “a hypertext, or nonsequential piece of writing.” Each reader of this book has confronted the difficulties imposed by non-linear writing on the linear medium of print.

And yet, there is no way around the fact that most of Ted’s work has been published on paper. This fact alone does not produce a particularly difficult problem for bibliography. The difficulty is rather that many of his important writings appeared in ephemeral or semi-published formats, ranging from conference proceedings and magazines of every ilk to self-published books that were produced anywhere and nowhere – at least from the perspective of libraries such as my own that tried desperately to acquire copies. As a result of the vagabond nature of the Nelson oeuvre, few libraries own more than a few of his published works, and several of his most important texts, such as the earliest editions of Computer Lib/Dream Machines and Literary Machines have achieved almost legendary status for being difficult to lay hands on. So where are we to turn for the texts?

Thus, this bibliography. At least it is a start. My goal has been to put together a complete picture of Ted Nelson’s body of work as expressed in publication, including selections from ephemeral and non-print media. It has not been easy. As the former bibliographer of the Society for the History of Technology, I adopted and long held to the habit of requiring visual inspection of texts that appeared in my bibliographies. Until this project, I had little reason to abandon this practice. Academic publication practices are easy to trace. It turns out that a number of Ted’s publications have followed different paths to readers. Since they have often eluded library catalogs and on-line databases, I have had to trust sources such as c.v. entries, footnotes, and Web traces more than I would like. As a compromise with my earlier bibliographic rule, I have included most of what I have found, indicating works that I was unable to inspect with an asterisk preceding their entries in this bibliography. I ask that any readers who may have access to these texts to contact me. I will produce a revised version of this bibliography someday, if revisions are necessary as a result from any such contacts. Ted’s work is worth it.

Theodor H. Nelson Bibliography

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  3. Nelson TH (1959) The Epiphany of Slocum Furlow. Student film, Streamed video uploaded 2012.
  4. *Nelson TH (1959) We need a sociology department. Swarthmore, PA. Collected essays written as an undergraduate at Swarthmore CollegeGoogle Scholar
  5. Nelson TH (1965) A file structure for the complex, the changing and the indeterminate. In: ACM ‘65: proceedings of the 20th national conference. Association for Computing Machinery, New York, pp 84–100. doi: 10.1145/800197.806036. Paper 4.2 prepared for session 4, “Complex Information Processing,” of the 1965 ACM Conference. Reprinted, with introduction by Noah Wardrip-Fruin. In: eds. Noah Wardrip-Fruin and Nick Montfort (eds) The new media reader. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2003, pp 133–45
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  19. *Nelson TH (1973) As we will think. In: Online 72: conference proceedings … International conference on online interactive computing, Brunel University, Uxbridge, 4–7 September 1972, pp 439–54. Uxbridge, England: Online Computer Systems, Ltd. Examines Vannevar’s Bush 1945 essay. Reprinted In: James M. Nyce and Paul Kahn (eds) From memex to hypertext: Vannevar Bush and the mind’s machine. Academic Press, Boston, 1991, pp 245–260Google Scholar
  20. Nelson TH (1974) Computer Lib: you can and must understand computers now/dream machines: new freedoms through computer screens – a minority report. Chicago: Hugo’s Book Service, for the author. Two books joined together in tête-bêche format. A reprint edition was created from negatives in 2013 by the authorGoogle Scholar
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  37. Nelson TH (1981) Literary machines: the report on, and of, project Xanadu concerning word processing, electronic publishing, hypertext, thinkertoys, tomorrows intellectual revolution, and certain other topics including knowledge, education and freedom. Theodor H. Nelson, Swarthmore (Subsequent re-publication dates appear to be: 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1993. The 1987 publication was a revision (version 87.1), as was the version published in 1992 and 1993 (version 93.1). Only the 1981, 1987, 1990, 1992 and 1993 publications could be verified against privately or institutionally held copies)Google Scholar
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  40. Nelson TH (1982) Smoothers of the lost arc. Creat Comput 8(3):86–110. Report describing the 1981 SIGGRAPH meetingGoogle Scholar
  41. *Nelson TH (1982) Why computer ease is so difficult. In: Proceedings of control data software design conference, October 1982Google Scholar
  42. Nelson TH (1983) The electronic office: how simple can you get? OAC’83 Conference Digest. The Fourth Annual Office Automation Conference, 9–15Google Scholar
  43. Nelson TH (1984) Computopia now! In: Digital deli: the comprehensive, user-lovable menu of computer lore, culture, lifestyles, and fancy. Workman Publishing, New York, pp 349–351Google Scholar
  44. Nelson TH (1986) A technical overview of the Xanadu electronic storage and publishing system. VHS. [San Antonio, TX]: Project Xanadu. VHSGoogle Scholar
  45. *Nelson TH (1986) A vision of the future. Publishers Weekly, November 23Google Scholar
  46. Nelson TH (1986) The posterity machine. VHS. [San Antonio, TX]: Project Xanadu. VHS. Lecture at Vassar College, 1986Google Scholar
  47. Nelson TH (1986c) The tyranny of the file. Datamat 32(24):83–86Google Scholar
  48. Nelson TH (1987) All for one and one for all. In: Hypertext ‘87: proceedings of the ACM conference on hypertext. HYPERTEXT ‘87. ACM, New York. pp v–vii. doi: 10.1145/317426.317427
  49. Nelson TH (1987) Computer lib …/dream machines … Tempus Books of Microsoft Press, Redmond, Revised and updated editionGoogle Scholar
  50. Nelson TH (1987) Literary machines … Edition 87.1. South Bend, Ind.: The Distributors. (“Literary Machines, published by the author, 1981; various revisions from year to year; this is edition 87.1, being published by the author, 1987. Simultaneous mass-market edition being published by special arrangement by The Distributors, 702 South Michigan, South Bend IN 46618; simultaneous Macintosh hypertext edition in GUIDE being published by Owl International, Inc., 14218 NE 21st Street, Bellevue WA 98007”)
  51. *Nelson TH (1987) The checkmate proposal. (“Circulated as printout”)Google Scholar
  52. Nelson TH (1988a) Managing immense storage. Byte 13(1):225–238Google Scholar
  53. *Nelson TH (1988) The call of the ocean: hypertext universal and open. Hyperage, May–June, 5–7Google Scholar
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  55. Nelson TH (1989) Hyperwelcome. Hypermedia 1(1):3–5.
  56. *Nelson TH (1990) How hypertext (Un)does the Canon. Modern Language Association, Chicago (Usually cited by this title. Title given as “How Xanadu (Un) does the Canon“ in the MLA Session Announcement published in Postmodern Culture 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1990))Google Scholar
  57. Nelson TH (1990) Literary machines … 89.1 edn. Mindful Press, SausalitoGoogle Scholar
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  59. Nelson TH (1990) The once and future literature. J Inf Sci 16(6):339–43.
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  67. Nelson TH (1992) Silicon valley story, the preview 1.3. Excerpt (?) of “The Silicon Valley Show“ uploaded in 2010 to YouTube
  68. Nelson TH (1992) The silicon valley show. A video short called “The Silicon Valley Show” featuring Ted Nelson, Douglas Engelbart, Rick Mascitti, Stewart Brand, and Timothy Leary. Directed by Ted Nelson
  69. Nelson TH (1992) Xanadu space, 1993. Autodesk, Sausalito. Wide Area Information Servers Project Documentation, scanned in 2013
  70. Nelson TH (1993) Literary Machines … 93.1 edn. Mindful Press, Sausalito, CAGoogle Scholar
  71. Nelson TH (1993) Publishing contracts for a point-and-click Universe. Xanadu World Publishing Repository, Sausalito. Wide Area Information Servers Project Documentation, scanned in 2013
  72. Nelson TH (1993) The secret of human life. J Econ Soc Intell 3(2):84–94. Adapted from manuscript draft of an as yet unpublished book, Biostrategy and Polymind. An article draft under the title, “The Secret of Human Life: A revisionist view of human psychology and evolution from the book in progress, Biostrategy and Polymind: A New Theory of Human Life,” dated 8 Oct. 1987, is available here:
  73. Nelson TH (1993) World enough: the manuscript edition. Mindful Press, Sausalito. Autobiographical texts “under negotiation for serialization, and publishing this limited edition is part of that negotiation”
  74. Nelson TH (1993) You will, Oscar, you will!: the implications of free quotability and transpublication. Xanadu World Publishing Repository, Sausalito. Wide Area Information Servers Project Documentation, scanned in 2013. Summary of address to the Annual Meeting of the Association of American University Presses, Salt Lake City, June 1993
  75. Nelson TH (1994) リテラリーマシン: ハイパーテキスト原論. Tokyo: ASCII Corporation. Translation of Literary Machines 91.1 by Ikuo Takeuchi and Saito YasushionoreGoogle Scholar
  76. Nelson TH (1994b) A publishing and royalty model for networked documents. In: IMA intellectual property project proceedings, vol 1. Interactive Multimedia Association, Annapolis, pp 257–259Google Scholar
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  78. Nelson TH (1994) Xanadu publishing with royalty: 1994 One BBSCON. [S.l.]: Audio recording of lecture by Ted Nelson at the ONE BBSCON in August 1994 concerning his ideas for handling rights management in electronic publishingGoogle Scholar
  79. Nelson TH (1995) The heart of connection: hypermedia unified by transclusion. Commun ACM 38(8):31–33. doi: 10.1145/208344.208353
  80. Nelson TH (1996) Issues in applicative hyperization of unwitting systems. In: ACM proceedings of the second international workshop on incorporating hypertext functionality into software systems, 1996. Paper delivered to HTF II – The Second International Workshop on Incorporating Hypertext Functionality Into Software Systems
  81. Nelson TH (1997a) Crush and crash: logic of a terrible tomorrow. Commun ACM 40(2):90–91. doi: 10.1145/253671.253729
  82. Nelson TH (1997) Embedded markup considered harmful. In: XML: principles, tools and techniques, 2(4), Fall, 129–134. World Wide Web Journal, O’Reilly, Sebastopol. or
  83. Nelson TH (1997) Literature to last: design for a universal digital medium. In: Hagel U (ed) Labile Ordnungen: Netze Denken, Kunst Verkehren, Verbindlichkeiten. Interface 3. Hamburg: Hans-Bredow-Institut für Rundfunk und Fernsehen, pp 98–102Google Scholar
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  85. Nelson TH (1997) Transcopyright: a simple legal arrangement for sharing, re-use and republication of copyrighted material on the net. In: Worldwide computing and its applications. International conference, WWCA’97. Proceedings. Lecture notes in computer science 1274. Springer, Berlin/New York, pp 7–14.
  86. Nelson TH (1997) Transcopyright: dealing with the dilemma of digital copyright. Educom Rev 32(1):32–35. “Cleanup” of Draft dated 14 Oct. 1998 available under the title, “Transcopyright: Pre-Permission for Virtual Republishing” at:
  87. Nelson TH (1998) What’s on my mind. In: Invited talk at the first wearable computer conference. Fairfax VA. Written version of paper delivered to first Wearable computer conference
  88. Nelson TH (1998) Xanadu ZigZag hyperstructure kit: ZigZag commands for version 0.49. “System designed by Ted Nelson, programmed by Andrew Pam. These instructions by TN”
  89. Nelson TH (1999) The unfinished revolution and Xanadu. ACM Comput Surv 31(4es), December, article 37. doi: 10.1145/345966.346039
  90. Nelson TH (1999) Time to liberate the web. Inter@ctive Week, October 25Google Scholar
  91. Nelson TH (1999) Way out of the box. October 8.
  92. Nelson TH (1999) Xanalogical structure, needed now more than ever: parallel documents, deep links to content, deep versioning, and deep re-use. ACM Comput Surv 31(4es), December, article 33, 1–32. doi: 10.1145/345966.346033
  93. Nelson TH (2000) Many-to-many payments system for network content materials. US Patent 08/961,570, application dated 30 Oct 1997
  94. Nelson TH (2001) Ted Nelson at ACM hypertext 2001 Streamed video.
  95. Nelson TH (2001) Interactive connection, viewing and maneuvering system for complex data. US Patent application 09/530,857, application dated 15 Nov 1998
  96. Nelson TH (2001) Xanadu technologies – an introduction, 4 October.” (A Joint Disclosure by and Project Xanadu as of August 23, 1999 to accompany our presentation at the O’Reilly Open Source Conference. … [Updated to reflect what was actually said at the meeting, with clarifications of the illustrations that were shown. Further citations will be found in our ACM paper in preparation, “Xanalogical Structure: Needed Now More Than Ever“ at See also our book Literary Machines])
  97. Nelson TH (2001) The ZigZag® database and visualization system: the true generalization of structure, 11 January.
  98. Nelson TH (2001) Zigzag (Tech Briefing). In: Proceedings of the 12th ACM conference on hypertext and hypermedia. ACM, New York, pp 261–262.
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  100. Nelson TH (2003) I don’t buy in. March.
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  102. Nelson TH (2004) A cosmology for a different computer universe: data model, mechanisms, virtual machine and visualization infrastructure. J Digit Inf 5(1).
  103. Nelson TH (2004) The world wide web at 10: the dream and the reality. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, Audio recording of conference presentationsGoogle Scholar
  104. Nelson TH (2005) The politics of internet software: ‘geeks bearing gifts.’ Streamed video. Oxford Internet Institute webcast
  105. Nelson TH (2005) Transhyperability and Argumedia. New Rev Hypermed Multimed 11(1):27–32. doi: 10.1080/13614560500202191. Invited commentary on D. Kolb, “Association and Argument: Hypertext In and Around the Writing Process,“ pp. 7–26 in this journal issue
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  107. Nelson TH (2005) Transliteraturetm: a humanist format for re-usable documents and media – deep, open, re-user-friendly, free-form, nonhierarchical, profusely connectable, 22 October.
  108. Nelson TH (2006) It could all be so much better. New Sci 191(2569):54–55.
  109. Nelson TH (2006b) Lost in hyperspace. New Scientist 191(2561):26Google Scholar
  110. Nelson TH, Smith RA (2007) Back to the future: hypertext the way it used to be. In: Proceedings of the eighteenth conference on hypertext and hypermedia. ACM, New York, pp 227–228. Text available at
  111. Nelson TH (2007) Toward a deep electronic literature: the generalization of documents and media. April 4.
  112. Nelson TH (2007) Transclusion: fixing electronic literature. Streamed video of Google Tech Talk, 29 January
  113. Nelson TH (2008) A very general lecture, Part 1. Streamed video. Oxford Internet Institute webcast
  114. Nelson TH (2008) Geeks bearing gifts: how the computer world got this way. V. 1.1. Mindful Press, Sausalito; distributed by
  115. Nelson TH (2008) System for exploring connections between data pages. U.S. Patent application 12/039,656, filed 28 Feb
  116. Nelson TH (2010) Possiplex: movies, intellect, creative control, my computer life and the fight for civilization: an autobiography of Ted Nelson. Mindful Press, Hackettstown; distributed by
  117. Nelson TH (2011) Dr Ted Nelson – interwingularity: when ideas collide. Resource. July 5. or Streamed video of seminar held in 2007, University of Southampton, as part of 70th Birthday celebration
  118. Nelson TH (2011) Ted Nelson on the future of text, Milde Norway, October 2011. Streamed video.
  119. Nelson TH (2012) Computers for cynics, May. Available via the TheTedNelson YouTube channel, Streamed video. Eight-part series on topics in the history of computing
  120. Nelson TH (2013) Future of text 2013: Ted Nelson. Streamed video. From the Future of Text Symposium at the London College of Communication, London, England, 2013
  121. Nelson TH (2013) Ted Nelson at HomeBrew computer club reunion 11-11-13. Streamed video. Lecture at HomeBrew Computer Club reunion, 11 November, Computer History Museum
  122. Nelson TH (2013) Ted Nelson’s eulogy for Douglas Engelbart. Streamed video. Given at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, on 9 December
  123. Nelson TH (2014) Intertwingled: Ted Nelson, ‘what box?.’ Streamed video. Concluding talk of the conference, “Intertwingled: The Work and Influence of Ted Nelson,“ Chapman College, Orange, 24 April
  124. Nelson TH (2014) Life, love, college, etc, 2nd edn. Mindful Press. Collected essays written for the Swarthmore Phoenix as an undergraduate. Originally compiled in 1959 with the alternate title We Need a Sociology Department, and possibly reprinted at Reed College in 1992
  125. Nelson TH (2014) The scene machine. Mindful Press, Sausalito; distributed by
  126. Nelson TH (2014) Ted Nelson home page. Accessed 19 Dec. Website includes “Curriculum Vitae: Theodor Holm Nelson, Ph.D,”

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