Computer Lib / Dream Machines, Ted Nelson
First edition, first printing. Ted Nelson's self-published spiritual manifesto inspired a generation of DIY computer lovers and is considered the first book on the personal computer. Nelson is known for coining the terms hypertext and hypermedia in the 1960s and for the ongoing Project Xanadu, a universal and democratic hypertext library.
Chicago, IL: Self-published, 1974. Folio sized, illustrated wraps, each title bound back to back and inverted; pp. 127. In very good or better condition with minimal shelfwear, tiny closed tear to front cover and a bit of toning to wraps.