Theodor Holm "Ted" Nelson (born 17 June 1937) is an American pioneer of information technology, philosopher and sociologist. He coined the terms hypertext and hypermedia in 1963 and published them in 1965. Nelson also coined the terms transclusion, virtuality, intertwingularity (in Literary Machines) and teledildonics.
- Life, Love, College, etc., 1959. 
- "A File Structure for the Complex, the Changing, and the Indeterminate", in Proceedings of the ACM National Conference, New York: ACM, 1965, pp 84-100, IA.
- Media 72, the Lost Manuscript, 1966. 
- Scene Machine, 1967; new ed., 2014. 
- "A Conceptual Framework for Man-Machine Everything", in Proceedings AFIPS National Computer Conference and Exposition M21-M26, June 4–8, 1973, New York, Montvale, NJ: AFIPS Press, 1973.
- Computer Lib: You Can and Must Understand Computers Now / Dream Machines: New Freedoms through Computer Screens—A Minority Report, Hugo's Book Service, 1974; rev.ed, Redmund, WA: Tempus Books/Microsoft Press, 1987. Excerpts. Reviews: d.h.f. (Byte, 1975), Shannon (NYT, 1988), Juliano (Connecticut Lib, 1996). 
- The Home Computer Revolution, South Bend, IN, 1977, 224 pp. 
- Hōmu konpyūta kakumei [ホームコンピュータ革命], trans. 西 順一郎, Sortec, 1980, 207 pp. (Japanese)
- "Interactive Systems and the Design of Virtuality, Part Two", Creative Computing, Dec 1980, pp 94-106, IA.
- Literary Machines: The Report on, and of, Project Xanadu Concerning Word Processing, Electronic Publishing, Hypertext, Thinkertoys, Tomorrow's Intellectual Revolution, and Certain Other Topics Including Knowledge, Education and Freedom, Sausalito, CA, Mindful Press, 1980-1984; 1987; 1990-1993. Chapters 0-1 (c1987). Review: Smoliar (Software Eng Notes, 1983).  
- Riterarī mashin [リテラリーマシン: ハイパーテキスト原論], Tokyo: ASCII, 1994, 406 pp. (Japanese)
- "The Right Way to Think about Software Design", in The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design, ed. Brenda Laurel, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1990, pp 235-243.
- The Future of Information: Ideas, Connections, and the Gods of Electronic Literature, 1997. 
- Philosophy of Hypertext, 2002. PhD thesis for Keio University. 
- "A Cosmology for a Different Computer Universe: Data Model, Mechanisms, Virtual Machine and Visualization Infrastructure", Journal of Digital Information 5:1, 16 July 2004.
- Geeks Bearing Gifts: How The Computer World Got This Way, Sausalito, CA: Mindful Press, 2008, ix+192 pp, OL. Book website. Chapter summaries. TOC. Author. Wikipedia.
- Possiplex: Movies, Intellect, Creative Control, My Computer Life and the Fight for Civilization: An Autobiography, Hackettstown, NJ: Mindful Press, 2010, 380 pp.   
- Douglas R. Dechow, Daniele C. Struppa (eds.), Intertwingled: The Work and Influence of Ted Nelson, Cham: SpringerOpen, 2015, xvi+150 pp.