Notes on the Role of Leadership and Language in Regenerating Organizations", co-authored with Hugh Dubberly, Michael Geoghegan and Peter Esmonde, revised from its original publication in 2002 by Sun Microsystems and printed in Driving Desired Futures, edited by Michael Shamiyeh and Design Organization Media Laboratory (DOM), Linz (Germany)
Brief History of the Gordon Pask North American Archive, in Gordon Pask, Philosopher Mechanic, an Introduction to the Cybernetician's Cybernetician, edited by Glanville and Müller, edition echoraumWisdom Series, Vienna, 2007
Architecture of Conversations: Interpretation of Pask's Conversation Theory framework as published in Negroponte's Soft Architecture Machines (MIT Press 1976)
American Institute of Graphic
Arts/MIT Media Lab, December 1994. A review of “infrastructure”construed as the context in which business takes place, and its transformation
due to “costless switching”, i.e., information technology of all kinds
Workflow and Evolution of the Corporation, MIT Center for Coordination Science, November 1994. Consideration of the meaning of “enterprise-wide computing” and workflow in the context of the evolution of the corporation
Design for Conversations/Conversations for Design, May 1992. Written and produced for Du Pont, this seminar used MIT laboratories as a context for expounding the relationship between “citizen” and “producer”, and the critical role of information technology at the core of all business in the “new commerce”
The Warren McCulloch Award, for outstanding and profound lifelong contributions to the nurturing of cybernetics, American Society for Cybernetics, 2014.
Cine Golden Eagle, with N. Max and E. Millet, for “Regular Homotopies in the Plane”, Part I and Part II, Newton, MA, 1973 & 1974.
MIT Stewart Award, for outstanding contributions to extracurricular activities made to the MIT Drama Program, Cambridge, MA, 1974.
Finalist in Acting, University Resident Theatre Association, 1973
Groupware and Corporate Repositories: A Proposal for Leveraging Intellectual Capital. Combing the intelligence of human agents and the complexity handling of software agents to create a new level of personalized, knowledge-based systems, 1994