article featured imageSRI International Celebrates 65 Years of Innovation
SRI International | Nov 4, 2011 | Staff
“From the introduction of interactive computing and the [Engelbart] computer mouse in the 1960s to recent advances such as the Siri virtual personal assistant, minimally invasive telerobotic surgery, and electroactive polymer "artificial muscle," SRI researchers and technologists continue to build on a rich legacy and push the boundaries of what is possible.”

article featured imageCreation Myth Xerox PARC, Apple, and the truth about innovation
The New Yorker | May 16, 2011 | Malcolm Gladwell
“So was what Jobs took from Xerox the idea of the mouse? Not quite, because Xerox never owned the idea of the mouse. The parc researchers got it from the computer scientist Douglas Engelbart, at Stanford Research Institute” [...] "If you lined up Engelbart’s mouse, Xerox’s mouse, and Apple’s mouse, you would not see the serial reproduction of an object. You would see the evolution of a concept."