TECHNOMANIFESTOS
Perhaps a linked information system will allow us to see the real structure of the organization in which we work.
--Tim Berners-Lee

  1964

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Timeline: 1963 - 1964 - 1965

Norbert Wiener dies.

Marshall McLuhan writes Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man.

Paul Baran writes On Distributed Communications.

Ted Nelson coins the term hypertext.

Ivan Sutherland succeeds J. C. R. Licklider at the Information Processing Techniques Office (IPTO).

Ted Nelson gets his master's in sociology at Harvard University.

Bob Taylor at NASA funds Doug Engelbart with $85,000.

The Augmentation Research Center develops the mouse.

The Students for a Democratic Society write The Triple Revolution.

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