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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of intertwingle.


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  • Hale-Evans comes across as an author with exactly this kind of intertwingled sense of humour.

    Mind Hacks: Mind Performance Hacks

  • All share this densely intertwingled filamental structure.

    Jason Silva: The Beginning of Infinity

  • If not, then we should talk so you can explain it to me, because it all looks pretty tangly and intertwingled to me.


  • I'm a bit usure of what SqlServer applications I have installed (as they are intertwingled with the Aps. Net stuff somewhat).

    ASP.NET Forums

  • Terry Olkin also briefly displayed a super-detailed object model diagram (one I'm sure easily gets into the braincramp complexity range, when the various adapters and interfaces are included) -- the Beehive model appears to be very deep and intertwingled.

    Peter O'Kelly's Reality Check

  • The Googles, and don't care that their on - and offline lives are hopelessly intertwingled. "

    Haddock Blogs


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  • "Everything is deeply intertwingled" was Ted Nelson's sentence in "Computer Lib" 1974

    August 1, 2009

  • "intertwingled" probably was coined by Ted Nelson in his book Computer Lib to describe the state of connectedness computers and hypertext (or the universe) might achieve: "Everything is deeply intertwingled."

    August 1, 2009