You are looking at a working version of software produced by John Bradley and Geoffrey Rockwell
back in 1995 and presented at that year's ALLC/ACH conference at Santa Barbara. The software was TACTweb
and was an experiment to deliver the text analysis functionally of the TACT system over the
still-new World Wide Web. It is, arguably, one of the first web applications created with a digital
humanities audience in mind.
The demonstration site (shown here) was described as a "demonstration server for the experimental
version of the TACTweb software and instructional materials", and dates from 1997. The documentation was presented in a non-frames
and frames version (which seemed like a good idea at the time), and both versions remain available here.
Other than this front page, the rest of this site shows the TACTweb application and the descriptive
and instructional web pages surrounding it exactly as it was initially set up in the 1990s.