getting back to my hypertext series with a big of an obscure tale.
ZOG is a hypertext system what was first developed in 1972 at
Carnegie-Melon University. It then stagnated until the latter half
of the 1970s when it was picked back up. By 1983 it was cruising on
a US Navy aircraft carrier. ZOG presents a hypertext system with
some very modern notions. But here's the part that gets me excited:
ZOG was developed after Doug
Engelbart's Mother of All Demos. So, in theory, ZOG should take
ques from this seminal event. Right? ... right?