Bush goes so far as to anticipate an information overload of sorts, predicting a time where "there is a growing mountain of research. But there is increased evidence that we are being bogged down today as a specialization extends. The investigator is staggered by the findings and conclusions of thousands of other workers."
The legacy of the essay has proven enduring and remarkable. "Douglas Engelbert, the inventor of the mouse and modern graphical interface to computers, has said that Bush's article inspired him and that it was this publication that shaped the rest of his life" (Tomash & Williams)
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