PRINT December 1970



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Software Battle (Continued)

When Jack Burnham invited me to participate in the “Software” exhibition at the Jewish Museum I happily accepted. I was to have my Dialectic Triangulation; a visual philosophy, programmed for 3-dimensional computer display presentation. It was called Matrix of Knowledge.

Because of the nature of the presentation I had to do extensive research and worked seven days a week through the summer. At first everyone was very nice, assuring me that my program would be finished in ample time for the opening. But as time passed, assurances turned to evasions and finally just double-talk. Ten days before

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