[SIGCIS-Members] Email Book

Henry E Lowood lowood at stanford.edu
Mon Dec 12 09:36:42 PST 2016


For the Engelbart aspect, you will also want to check the Engelbart papers at Stanford, which includes the Journal and much of the SRI/ARC and Tymshare materials.
http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/ft3n39n626/
Henry

Henry Lowood, PhD
Curator for History of Science & Technology; Film & Media Collections
HSSG, Green Library, 557 Escondido Mall
Stanford University Libraries
Stanford, California 94305-6066
Phone: + 650-723-4602
Web: https://people.stanford.edu/lowood/ 


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On 12/11/16 7:55 PM, Esther Milne wrote:

> Of course there are many journal articles, conference presentations 
> and research projects that examine email communication. And the 
> leading internet histories all discuss email but there is not the sustained analysis we've seen with other technologies and media forms.
> 

Hopefully, you will be covering Englebart and the SRI ARC Journal, and the subsequent spinoff from SRI to Tymshare of the commercialized mailing list product that was part of Augment? The Computer History Museum has a pretty deep archive of material on this subject.

http://www.computerhistory.org/collections/catalog/102706170




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