Links to Vannevar Bush References

Abstract: As We May Think by Vannevar Bush The online article has moved! The new version is now available
http://www.csi.uottawa.ca/~dduchier/misc/vbush/as-we-may-think.html

Vannevar Bush Symposium Outline: Call for Participation, Vannevar Bush Symposium MIT, October 12-13, 1995 Boston, As you may know, this year marks the 50th anniversary of Vannevar Bush's landmark paper, "As We May Think," published first in the Atlantic Monthly and subsequently in Life magazine. In honor of Dr. Bush's vision there will be a research symposium held at MIT, his academic home, on October 12 & 13, 1995. There are a limited number of seats left to attend this "posthumous;. Our outstanding collection of speakers will discuss how they were influenced in their own work by Bush's vison.
http://www.acm.org/siglink/vbs.html

WIRED 3.06: "The Curse of Xanadu" by Gary Wolf (Vannevar Bush) Ted Nelson thinks he may have heard "As We May Think
http://www.hotwired.com/wired/3.06/features/Xanadu/3.2.html

Outline: Vannevar Bush et le projet Memex Abstract: Memex Vannevar Bush et le projet Memex Vannevar Bush était conseiller scientifique de Roosvelt durant la deuxième guerre mondiale. Il est considéré comme l'ancêtre de l'hypertexte. Dans un article intitulé "As we may think" paru en 1945 dans l'Atlantic Monthly il décrit un dispositif hypermedia avant la lettre qu'il appelle Memex ("memory extander") et qui devrait permettre aux chercheurs d'accé der plus facilement à une documentation scientifi
http://www.univ-paris8.fr/~hyperion/jean/fiction/memex.htm

Celebration of "As We May Think" by Vannevar Bush (50th anniversary) October 1995 Vannevar Bush Symposium: Vannevar Bush Symposium Homepage
http://www.cs.brown.edu/research/graphics/information/vannevar_bush.html

Differential Analyzer,1931 by Marc Berrnier "The first application of hypertext was proposed by Vannevar Bush, US President Roosevelt's science advisor, who was concerned that post-war scientists made best use of the vast amoun...
http://www-home.calumet.yorku.ca/mbernier/www/cosc4361/bush.htm

Memex to Hypertext: Vannevar Bush and the Mind's Machine From Memex to Hypertext: Vannevar Bush and the Mind's Machine. Ed. James M.Nyce and Paul Kahn. Boston: Academic Press, 1992. Pp. xi + 367. George P. Landow From The Journal of Computing in Higher Edu...
http://www.stg.brown.edu/projects/hypertext/landow/cv/Reviews/Nyce_977.html

A Hypermedia Timeline 1945 Vannevar Bush (The Science Advisor to President Roosevelt during World War II) proposes MEMEX, a conceptual machine that can store vast amounts of information, in which users have the ability to create information trails, links of related texts and illustrations, which can be stored and used for future reference. 1965 Ted Nelson coins the word hypertext
http://pell.anu.edu.au/guide/www.guide.app.a.html

A Hypermedia Timeline 1945 Vannevar Bush (The Science Advisor to President Roosevelt during World War II) proposes MEMEX, a conceptual machine that can store vast amounts of information, in which users have the ability to create information trails, links of related texts and illustrations, which can be stored and used for future reference. 1965 Ted Nelson coins the word "hypertext". 1967 Andy van Dam and others build the Hypertext Editing System. 1968 Doug Engelbart demonstrates NLS, a hypertext syst
http://www.eit.com/goodies/www.guide/guide.14.html

PresentQuellen zur Computergeschichte Vannevar Bush Abstract: Quellen RWTH Aachen - Lehrstuhl für Geschichte der Technik Q
http://www.histech.rwth-aachen.de/quellen.html

As We Might Learn: Vannevar Bush Where Are You Now?
http://www.world3.com/meme1/oliver.html

Abstract: Computers - 04.4-337 - Vannevar Bush.
http://succeed.edtech.vt.edu/Htmls/P174013.html

Bilder von Vannevar Bush
http://www.histech.rwth-aachen.de/quellen/bush/photos.htm

vannevar_bush.html
http://www.cs.brown.edu/research/graphics/html/info/vannevar_bush.html

http://www.mi.aau.dk/~cabo/Hypermedie_95_opg.2/bush.html

A Celebration of Vannevar Bush's 1945 Vision Information, including agenda Program
http://www-eecs.mit.edu/AY95-96/events/bush/index.html

Vannevar Bush, "As We May Think"
http://www.cwrl.utexas.edu/~daniel/309m/students/assign/As_We_May_Think.html

October 1995 Vannevar Bush Symposium:
http://www.cs.brown.edu/research/graphics/html/info/vannevar_bush.html

Norman J. Latker Receives First Vannevar Bush Award
http://www.nttc.edu/tech_news/general/father2.txt

Doug Engelbart HyperCard Ted Nelson Vannevar Bush
http://www.mari.su/guide/www.guide.app.a.html

May 30-31 Symposium To Honor Vannevar Bush
http://the-tech.mit.edu/TechTalk/sciencepolicysymposium.inauguralevent

SURVEY: How has Vannevar Bush changed your life?
http://www.mid.net/ANNOUNCE/PM-1995/95-04/95-04-21/0031.html

As We May Think: Vannevar Bush
http://www.isg.sfu.ca/~duchier/misc/vbush/vbush-all.shtml

Vannevar Bush
http://bob.usuf2.usuhs.mil/www.guide.app.a.html

Appendix A: A Hypermedia Timeline Abstract: Appendix A: A Hypermedia Timeline Doug Engelbart first international conference Frequently-Asked Questions file MEMEX See also... Ted Nelson Vannevar Bush Xanadu
http://www.mta.ca/new/webguide/guide.14.html

As We May Think, url:
http://www.notredame.ac.jp/ftplib/Articles/CMC/bush45.txt

Journal: Atlantic Monthly
http://www.notredame.ac.jp/ftppub/library/Bib/CMC/bush45-bib.html

Bush Fund Brouhaha Obscures Issue Now that both The Thistle and The Tech have exhaustively covered the story of the beleaguered Vannevar Bush Trust, I believe it is the right time to cut through the misinformation, and give you my perspective. The critical donor document of the Bush Trust says: "without accountability." It says that no one, not the president of MIT, not the undergraduate or graduate student bodies of MIT, is supposed to have any say in how this fund is spent. I agree that everyone should know about the existence of the fund; but how the fund is spent is between the Undergraduate Association president, MIT (through Arthur C. Smith, dean for undergraduate education and student...
http://the-tech.mit.edu/V113/N57/godfrey.57o.html

MIT Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science A Celebration of Vannevar Bush's 1945 Vision, An Examination of What Has Been Accomplished, and What Remains to Be Done Thursday, October 12 and Friday, October 13, 1995 Attendance at this symposium is by invitation. A fee will be charged. Sala de Puerto Rico, MIT Student Center Vannevar Bush Information The final agenda has been set, and differs only slightly from the tentative program listed below. This and other information are in the Bush Symposium information page . Broadcasting The symposium will be broadcast via the Internet Multicast system MBone. It will also be broadcast over the MIT TV cable, channel 9. The slides used in...
http://www-eecs.mit.edu/AY95-96/events/9.html

Some links of potential interest Vannevar Bush As We May Think Bush Symposium Memex Animation (for Mac and Windows) Course record Tuesd
http://www.csdl.tamu.edu/~furuta/610/

Notes on the Associative Trails Administrivia: fix your links!Mini-reviews of the trails. I had a good time exploring your associative trails. Many were far more interesting and imaginative than Vannevar Bush's hypertext lab-book. There was an interesting mix of trail structures: narratives, graphs, rankings, cyberspaces, essays, polemics, and even an inquiry or two in the style of Bush. Most were more successful as "tour-guides" than as traces of an inquiry. Of course, this is to be expected when the source material--everybody's journals--is already familiar. One thing to think about is whether Bush's Turkish short-bow example would have been as interesting to read... These are some of the things that I looked for in rating.
http://mas123.www.media.mit.edu/courses/mas123/classDocs/assignments/trail-remarks.html

Bush Symposium Abstract: As We May Think, by Vannevar Bush Douglas Englebart: (Picture, on right) * Bootstrap Institute * excerpt from Knowledge-Domain Interoperability and an Open Hyperdocument System * Mentioned in Quiz Bowl * Doug Engelbart and the Augmented Human Intellect Center at SRI Theodor Nelson * The Xanadu Project Robert Kahn (Picture)
http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/lsh/bush/

MIT Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science " As We May Think" -- A Celebration of Vannevar Bush's 1945 Vision, An Examination of What Has Been Accomplished, and What Remains to Be Done Thursday, October 12, 1995 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Tim Berners-Lee Bush consider
http://www-eecs.mit.edu/AY95-96/events/bush/r2.html