If Bach Had Owned a Computer: Technology and Teaching the Novel.

@inproceedings{Boyer1987IfBH,
  title={If Bach Had Owned a Computer: Technology and Teaching the Novel.},
  author={Jay M. Boyer},
  year={1987}
}
His opening gambit had to do with Bach's "Art of the Fugue" and how Bach died before he could finish it. Had Bach but owned a computer, said the salesman, not only would he have been able to polish off "Art of the Fugue," his life's work would have been increased exponentially. Think of the possibilities. But for living in a time when there were no floppy discs, Virginia Woolf might have revised Between the Acts, Melville might have finetuned Billy Budd. ... His pitch, I gathered, had to do… CONTINUE READING