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Periodically, the library invites an individual that it admires to respond in writing to a book from the library that engages them. The majority of work produced from the library is visual in nature, yet the library contains a tremendous amount of written material that also merits attention. Word Processor is an initiative that encourages critical investigations of the wide-ranging information, attitudes and ideologies contained within the library's collection.

For the current installment, Sarah Bay Gachot presents Micro Man: Computers and the Evolution of Consciousness, an investigation into the utopian visions of artist and cyberneticist Gordon Pask's 1982 book of the same title. You can read it here.

Previous installments of Word Processor

201712/01Marc Fischer 10th Blue Book of Dolls & Values
201606/30DeSales Harrison Basic Radio
04/22Aurora Tang Indoor Plants
01/13Ada Smailbegović Some Disordered Interior Geometries
201506/15Todd Shalom & Niegel Smith Lifesaving
02/09Karen Gregory Serios Matters
01/14Tim Schwartz The Right to Be Let Alone: Privacy in the United States
201411/20Chloé Wilcox Without a Trace
10/14Mirene Arsanios NUN
06/10Rachel Levitsky Tomorrow People
04/21Ethan Spigland Continuity
03/10Maia Murphy Familiar with Apparition
01/22Christopher Beccone The Architect and the Computer
201312/09Rachael Wilson Field Trip: The Plants of Virgil's Georgics
10/28Shannon Mattern Bureaucracy's Playthings
09/23Tisa Bryant Well Nourished and Well Protected
08/12Will Saunders The Reanimation Library: Collection or Assemblage?
07/01Terri. C Smith A 1972 Primer for Gender Co-dependence During Confusing Times
05/23Bruna Mori On Considering Chris Markert as Part of the Self-help Genre
04/18Colin Dickey Abyssal Alphabet
03/04rahel aima Arthur C. Clarke's July 20, 2019: Life in the 21st Century
01/28Nelson Harst Atlas of Misreading
201212/03Lawrence Abu Hamdan Sound and Ultrasonics
10/15Craig Epplin Making Puppets Come Alive: A Method of Learning and Teaching Hand Puppetry
09/04Nancy Goldring Walls: Enrichment and Ornamentation
07/02Corina Bardoff The Observer's Book of Weather
05/14Susan M. Lee How Do They Get Rid of It?
04/02Elizabeth Zuba Hypnography: A Study in the Therapeutic Use of Hypnotic Painting
02/16Kurt Gottschalk A Million Random Digits with 100,000 Normal Deviates
01/03Mairead Case The Shocking Truth About Water: The Universal Fluid of Death
201111/14Jim Hanas Advertising Procedure
08/16Sarah Leonard Possibility of Intelligent Life Elsewhere in the Universe