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... Literary Machines (short title) is a book first published in 1980 by Ted Nelson, and republished 9 times by 1993 ... It offers an extensive overview of Nelson's term "hypertext" as well as Nelson's Project Xanadu ... It also includes other theories by Nelson, including "tumblers" for addressing bits in files past and present, "transclusion" as a method for including original work in one's own work, and ...
... of the Tasman District Council, lies 13 km south of Nelson in the South Island of New Zealand, close to the southern extremity of Tasman Bay ... Although Richmond lies outside the boundaries of Nelson City, it forms part of the Nelson Urban Area for statistical purposes, and New Zealanders informally consider it part of Greater ... authorities co-operate for tourism-marketing purposes via "Latitude Nelson" ...
... Nelson (1892–1955) – U.S ... Senator Cindy Nelson (born 1955) – alpine skier Darrin Nelson (born 1959) – football player George Nelson § (born 1950) – astronaut Holly Nelson – poet, politician ... Congress Roy Nelson (1905-1956) - cartoonist Steve Nelson (born 1951) – football player for the New England Patriots Pat Neshek § (born 1980 ...
... James, author, intellectual and writer on cricket, lived in Nelson before moving to London ... Ted Koppel, American broadcast journalist, was born in Nelson ... Tony Hicks, Musician, The Hollies, born Nelson, 1945 Bernie Calvert, Musician, The Hollies, born Nelson, 1944 ...
... Fort Nelson, named in honour of the British naval hero Horatio Nelson, was established in 1805 as a fur trading post ... Due to fires, floods and feuds, Fort Nelson is currently situated in its fifth location ... The Fort Nelson Airport played a key role in developing Fort Nelson as a community, when in 1935 Yukon Southern Air Transport began completing charter flights to the regional airport ...
Famous quotes containing the word nelson:
“The victors and the vanquished then the storm it tossed and tore,
As hard they strove, those worn-out men, upon that surly shore;
Dead Nelson and his half-dead crew, his foes from near and far,
Were rolled together on the deep that night at Trafalgar!”
—Thomas Hardy (18401928)
“Where did we ever get the crazy idea that in order to make children do better, first we have to make them feel worse? Think of the last time you felt humiliated or treated unfairly. Did you feel like cooperating or doing better?”
—Jane Nelson (20th century)
“Womens battle for financial equality has barely been joined, much less won. Society still traditionally assigns to woman the role of money-handler rather than money-maker, and our assigned specialty is far more likely to be home economics than financial economics.”
—Paula Nelson (b. 1945)