Tabloid sized exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held at the Jewish Museum, New York, September 16 - November 8, 1970. Traveled to The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, December 16, 1970 - February 14, 1871. Curated by Jack Burnham, with texts by Karl Katz, Jack Burnham, and Theodor H. Nelson. Includes work by Vito Acconci, David Antin, John Baldessari, Robert Barry, Scott Bradner, Donald Burgy, Paul F. Conly, Agnes Denes, Robert Duncan Enzmann, Carl Fernbach-Flarsheim, Giorno Poetry Systems, John Goodyear, Hans Haacke, Douglas Huebler, Allan Kaprow, Joseph Kosuth, Les Levine, Theodor Nelson, Jack Nolan, RESISTORS, Allen Razdow, Sonia Sheridan, Theodosius Victoria, Lawrence Weiner, Ned Woodman. "Software is an exhibition which utilizes sophisticated communication technology, but concentrates on the interaction between people and their electronic and electromechanical surroundings." -- from foreword. Similar to other important exhibitions of the period that merged technology and art, such as "Information" at The Museum of Modern Art, "Conceptual Art and Conceptual Aspects" at the New York Cultural Center, and "Art & Technology" held at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, "Software" was the foremost show of its kind and included an early appearence of Nicholas Negroponte - who would later go on to help found Wired Magazine twenty-three years later.