Stating The Obvious: I, Product (2010)

Ground NASA? (1998)

The Role and Limitations of High-Technology in Emergency Management: Some Insights from Silicon Valley (1994)

Congressional Testimony on the use of Computer Networks in Emergency Management (1984)

Modeling as a Communication Process: Computer Conferencing Offers New Perspectives (1977)

There ain’t no “User Science”! A tongue-in-cheek discussion of interactive systems (1976)

The FORUM project: Network conferencing and its future applications (1976)

The Dynamics of Long-term Growth (1975)

Computer Conferencing (1975)

The Computer Conferencing System of the Institute for the Future (1974)

The Economics of Text-editing functions: Cost-effectiveness Analysis of NLS and other Systems (1973)

Information Organization for Interactive Use: Design Implications in Data-Base Systems (1973)

Computer Networks and the Interactive Use of Geological Data (1973)

Periodicity in the Radio-frequency Spectrum of the Pulsar CP0328 (1972)

Progress Towards a Direct-access Hematology Data-Base: Stanford’s Experience with the DIRAC Language (1971)

DIRAC: An Interactive Retrieval Language with Computational Interface (1970)

Retrieval Formulae for Inquiry Systems (Natural language AI) (1968)

An Automatic Question-answering System for Stellar Astronomy (1966)

Geologic Applications of Network Conferencing: Experiments with the FORUM System

 The DNLS Command Language Monitor on the ARPANET

Distributed Management of Scientific Projects: Analysis of two Computer Conferencing Experiments at NASA

 The Computer Conference, an Altered State of Communication?

The Corporate Database: Asset or Liability for the Future?

 The Organization of Research Data Banks: Experience with DIRAC-based Information Systems