article featured imageThe Decades That Invented the Future, Part 7: 1961-1970
WIRED | Dec 6, 2012 | Wired Staff
“Of all the great computing moments of the 1960s, Engelbart's Demo tops our list. Engelbart ran a computer science lab at Stanford Research Institute, and on Dec. 9, 1968, at a convention hall in San Francisco, he and fellow researchers demonstrated what they called their oN-Line System, or NLS. The system foretold much of what we now take for granted with our personal computers, including the mouse and the graphical user interface and even desktop sharing and video conferencing.”

article featured imageFathers of Technology: 10 Men Who Invented and Innovated in Tech
BizTech | Jun 14, 2012 | Ricky Ribeiro
“IT would not be the same without the contributions of these pioneering men.”