Cybernetics is "deeply inter-twingled" (to borrow Ted Nelson's magical phrase) with the early development of personal computers, the 1960s counter-culture, and the rise of the design methods movement (which enjoyed a recent rebranding as "design thinking").
We present an interactive social graph, a tool, showing how institutions, conferences, journalists, designers, computer-pioneers and many others are related to the cybernetics.
As a starting point, we select the paper "Behavior, Purpose, and Teleology" authored by a physiologist Arturo Rosenblueth, an engineer Julian Bigelow and a mathematician Norbert Wiener and published in the journal Philosophy of Science.
You can explore the graph. Click on a node to expand the graph and see more connections; click on a name to see details; mouse over links to learn about the nature of connections; drag nodes to reshape the graph.