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Zum Want to Read saving…. No trivia or quizzes yet. John Kaye added it Sep 23, Yet, with all its renown, Memex is largely misunderstood. Erica Wissick marked it as to-read Nov 19, Advanced full-text search Advanced catalog search Search tips Full view only. From Memex to Hypertext by Vannevar Bush Today, computers in millions of offices and homes perform tasks that closely resemble nypertext ideas that Bush proposed. I suspect everyone who reads this book will enjoy it, because you have to be pretty interested in Bush to even want to read this.

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Details[ edit ] A proto-hypertext system[ edit ] In " As We May Think ", Bush describes a memex as an electromechanical device enabling individuals to develop and read a large self-contained research library, create and follow associative trails of links and personal annotations, and recall these trails at any time to share them with other researchers. This device would closely mimic the associative processes of the human mind, but it would be gifted with permanent recollection. As Bush writes, "Thus science may implement the ways in which man produces, stores, and consults the record of the race". Most of the microfilm library would have been contained within the desk, but the user could add or remove microfilm reels at will. A memex would hypothetically read and write content on these microfilm reels, using electric photocells to read coded symbols recorded next to individual microfilm frames while the reels spun at high speed, stopping on command. The coded symbols would enable the memex to index, search, and link content to create and follow associative trails.

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