How Students Built a 16th-Century Engineer’s Book-Reading Machine – Atlas Obscura

“Some scholars say it’s the beginning of the idea of hypertext, the idea that a reader can sit in one spot and have access to multiple texts at once.” (That concept is all too familiar today, in the age of hyperlinks, search engines, and browser tabs.)

Source: How Students Built a 16th-Century Engineer’s Book-Reading Machine – Atlas Obscura

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No new ideas?  Just some that can NOT be made right now!

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