Paper Trail: 1991 by Neil Armstrong

1991 Letter https://vimeo.com/359598893 I remember 1991 as being a time of world political upheaval. The Berlin wall was set to come down, and the times felt hopeful, if somewhat uncertain. The dissolution of the USSR, resulting in fifteen independent republics, took place that year and also chimes with more current debate around the value of … Continue reading Paper Trail: 1991 by Neil Armstrong

Paper Trail: 1960 by Dave Edwards

Bad Photo Copy   First seen by the public in a televised demonstration in late 1959, the world’s first automatic, plain-paper copier - the 914 - did not become commercially available until the following year, 1960. Manufactured and sold by the Haloid Xerox Corporation using the xerographic process - a dry photocopying technique developed by the inventor Chester Carlson … Continue reading Paper Trail: 1960 by Dave Edwards