Campbell-Kelly and Graham-Cumming look back at a machine that, while acknowledging it “never was,” they find nonetheless to be transformative. Reinhold, by contrast, looks forward and paints a future based on “videotext” and “teletext” systems that no longer exist. What do these accounts tell us about attempts to locate causes in the past or–predict the future–of “technology revolutions?”
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