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bpNichol computer poems, 1984 now online. “First Screening is some of the earliest programmed, kinetic poetry.” It’s such fun. How did bpNichol think so multi-dimensionally and make things so simple to grasp at the same time. How wonderful that these guys (Jim Andrews, Marko Niemi, Geof Huth, Dan Waber, Jeff Rivett, Jason Pimble and a handful of other digital archeologists) recovered it to accessible.

[via Arc Portage]

And Happy World Poetry Day.

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  1. Snx for you job!

    Snx for you job!
    It has very much helped me!

    AnonymousMarch 22, 2008 @ 5:25 pm
  2. thanks!
    i was looking for this for a while.

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