[SIGCIS-Members] SHOT 2019 Annual Meeting: Panel notion

David C. Brock dcb at dcbrock.net
Fri Feb 15 13:24:50 PST 2019


Dear All,

I had a notion for a panel at the upcoming SHOT meeting -- “The Architecture of Text: Form and Function” — at which I would present some early work either on an important data structure that went into most of the early WYSIWYG word processors or on the late 1950 work by Jack Gilmore at MIT on the “Lincoln Writer,” a editor for technical documents combining graphical input by light pen and by keyboard.

If anyone has something they think might fit well with this rubric and/or pair nicely with the above, you could drop me a line at dbrock at computerhistory.org

Best wishes,

David

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