IT Day Japan 2021: Can IT save the worsening crisis of mankind? The Doug Engelbart Institute is proud to sponsor the virtual symposium IT Day Japan 2021: “Can IT save the worsening crisis of the mankind?” – Saturday, December 4, 2021 17:00-19:00 (Pacific Time). I will be there in spirit this year, a digital presence, expect more to come! The others will be live, I’m very much looking forward to their insights and discussion on this far reaching topic!
Celebrating the Mother of All Demos - 53 years on Help us celebrate Doug's legendary Demo with fun facts, archive footage and photos, and experience the demo interactively, with you in the driver's seat.
Collective IQ and Continuous Improvement By guest contributor Rob Miller // How do you harness the collective intelligence of a group, solve difficult problems, and share what you learn?
IT Day Japan - solving urgent global issues This year's topic for IT Day Japan 2020 is "What can IT do for the democratic crisis in COVID-19 pandemic?" - an issue of immediate, urgent, complex, global importance. The video is now up for those who missed the live event on Zoom.
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of The Demo Events were held on three continents celebrating the 50th anniversary of Doug Engelbart's landmark demo - exploring the past and future of a brilliant legacy and all it inspires!
Doug Engelbart’s Paradigm for Bootstrapping Guest contributor Karen Risa Robbins with Christina Engelbart explore the essential elements of Doug Engelbart's paradigm for bootstrapping networked teams, initiatives, and organizations.
Engelbart on Improving Improvement From guest author Jim Spohrer - Doug Engelbart is most well-known for inventing the mouse, and as an internet pioneer. However, Doug’s vision for improving improvement to better tackle complex, urgent problems is to many his most significant contribution.
Announcing a cool new way to experience the 1968 Demo! Now you can experience Doug Engelbart's "Mother of All Demos" like never before - in this new interactive format you get a bird's eye view of the video that is browsable, skimmable, sampleable...
Gardner Campbell and The Great VCU Bike Race Learning Expedition Dr. Gardner Campbell has done it again with another revolutionary online course at University, now an Award-winning course, with all the earmarks of Bootstrapping Brilliance…
The true promise of Interactive Computing: Leveraging our Collective IQ What is this promise? In Doug's mind it was always about humans interacting with each other and with their knowledge in dynamic knowledge ecosystems, facilitated by a suite of interactive tools and processes. This is the gateway to augmenting human intellect, boosting Collective IQ, enhancing human effectiveness, and Bootstrapping Brilliance in business and society.
Great quotes by Doug Engelbart and Others Favorite quotes from Doug Engelbart’s writings, talks, and interviews, plus some great related quotes by others.
Internet Society showcases Engelbart's Legacy in Action One year after inducting Doug Engelbart to the Internet Hall of Fame, the Internet Society ran a profile piece showcasing his lasting legacy, in particular how one professor – Dr. Gardner Campbell, Vice Provost for Learning Innovation and Student Success at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) – is putting his vision to practice. “Doug Engelbart’s greatest breakthrough may be to change how we think, how we learn and innovate, and how we collaborate.”
July 2, 2013: Last week a Great Man, Doug Engelbart, passed away By guest author, internet pioneer Kevin Hughes. // "Today's Web is a fraction of what his vision was over 40 years ago - a set of technologies that could augment intellect and accelerate human progress for the benefit of all.”
More on getting beyond paper and linear media A paradigm shift from paper and other linear media to models that more closely map to how our minds work to better serve our collective intellect.
How Doug Engelbart taught kids to ride a bike (without training wheels) How Doug Engelbart applied his knowledge of what keeps bikes from falling over to teaching kids how to ride a bike without training wheels.