A GREAT MEMORIAL NEARS COMPLETION: Life, 09/30/1940 (image via Gallery of Graphic Design)
Thurs. a.m. Headache mental insensibility heaviness oppressed. That acid feeling.
Your engine makes this much acid every day: Boris Artzybashef, Life, 04/30/1951 (image via Gallery of Graphic Design)
Tues. extremely late. Few improvements no advancements. Citizen of no nation. Stupefaction, shortness of breath & c.
Sat. night, call it morning. Done nothing need of doing pressing time of doing short.
Mon. Sounds, late. Little mice if I am not wrong. Or something. (Cats hear this.)
Sun. Day of darkening drips then night. Indolence indifference. Mind encumbered. No plan pursued or formed. Want of rest. Nor ad nor product.
Appointment in Electronia...: Life, 12/20/1943 (image via Gallery of Graphic Design)
Tues. Survey past life many faults many deficiencies much to be repented very little reformed. Time not expected to be long. Dark stain shadowed ceiling.
Wed. Misspent time infirmity of body perturbation of mind. As ever, tea. When p and ~p have a common boundary.
angry young computer: Newsweek, 10/12/1964
Sat. Seventy-somethingth year. Mandrill. What can be done ought not to be delayed. Delayed reaction. Left the p out of swimming. It is NOT ENOUGH to point to ~p's lying outside p. Relentless peaks & valleys & c. Whereas p and ~p have a common boundary. Already presupposing the existence of a whole world of propositions.
His wife is right... the blowout wrecked the party!: Time, 08/17/1953 (image via Gallery of Graphic Design)
Thurs. Again. As before.
Sat. after long unquiet and perplexing thoughts. Thoughts not my thoughts ways not my ways much to be done little to be known. Unprofitable and dangerous enquiries. Curious doubts impossible to be solved.
ELECTRONIC "FINGERS" to speed up today's automation!: Life, 06/24/1957 (image via Gallery of Graphic Design)
Mon. too late.
Obverse fog Tues. early. Stood silent on the iron trellised balcony crept over by shining white flies.
Why we chose the NCR computer: Time, 2/23/1962 (image via Gallery of Graphic Design)