Dillmont, Th. de, ed.
D.M.C. Point de Marque [5] 5me Serié, Mulhouse, Dollfus Mieg & Cie (first pub c.1920), via.

Dillmont, Th. de, ed.
D.M.C. Point de Marque [4] IVme Série. Mulhouse, Dollfus-Mieg & Cie., [first pub c. 1900, this printing c.1934, 20 pgs.] Via.

Kuehn, Heinrich
Vereinigte Stickmuster-Verlage Heft No. 757 Berlin, Heinrich Kuehn, [c. 1900], Via.

’35 Years of ORF TELETEXT‘ in Ars Electronica Center (Linz) with works from ITAF 2013 and 2014.
Artists: Daniel Egg, Dan Farrimond, LIA, Raquel Meyers, Goto80, Nadine Arbeiter, Kathrin Günter, Cordula Ditz, Dragan Espenschied, Juha van Ingen, Jarkko Räsänen, Kim Asendorf, Michael Borras aka Systaime, Internet Acronyms: Anne Horel and Erkka Nissinen.

Slogans of the Free Speech Movement in IBMs punchcards, 1964 (University of California)


“I am a student at the University of California. Please do not fold, spindle or mutilate me.”


Luis Arambilet’s ASCII created in 1975 with punched cards 80 columns and IBM 370-115 CPU.

A portion of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, January 6, 1875 showing advertisements like “Ascii” art, via.