Art without engineering is dreaming;
Engineering without art is calculating.

Steven K. Roberts, N4RVE

Posts Tagged ‘National Online Meeting’

High-Tech Trek at National Online Meeting

In May of 1986 I flew to New York and gave a talk at the National Online Meeting about the bicycle adventures… both the 9,760 miles I had completed and the new one about to begin with vastly expanded technology.  I had a long-standing relationship with this publisher, having been on the “Online Information Retrieval”…

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Life in Dataspace – National Online Meeting 1986

Before taking off on my bicycle in 1983, I had spoken at this conference about the application of personal computers to online information retrieval (Dialog and other systems which, for a dollar or more a minute, would disgorge bibliographic records and other structured forms of data). In 1986, I returned to New York with Maggie…

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Microcomputer Lecture – National Online Meeting 1982

This ad ran in the New York Times, and included an announcement of my lecture about using microcomputers to assist with online searching. This was yet a radical concept… threatening to the vendors for fear of database downloading. Turn your micro into a database access machine Do you know about the world of information available…

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