A Tribute to Bill English (WKE)

August 4, 2020 // 0 Comments


DEI | Aug 6, 2020 | Christina Engelbart
“On behalf of Doug Engelbart and the Doug Engelbart Institute, we bid farewell to Bill English, one of the greats in Doug’s seminal research, who died on July 26 at the age of 91. To the wonderful outpouring we'll embellish here on his seminal contributions to Doug Engelbart's research, with archive footage, photos, and more.” [Continue Reading]

SRI establishes Distinguished Engelbart Fellow Award

January 24, 2020 // 0 Comments

featured image SRI establishes Distinguished Engelbart Fellow Award DEI | Jan 23, 2020 | Christina Engelbart In honor of the late Douglas C. Engelbart, the Distinguished Engelbart Fellow Award recognizes "visionaries who are disrupting the traditional way we interact with and view technology" from around the globe. We are thrilled to congratulate the first recipient Genevieve Bell, Distinguished Professor of Australia National University. [Continue Reading]

HyPerform and Augment

November 12, 2018 // 0 Comments

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DEI | Nov 12, 2018 | N. Dean Meyer
Guest contributor Dean Meyer, management consultant and author who got his start in Doug Engelbart's lab, shares his insights re: the concept, history, and purpose of Doug's iconic “Augment” system, as exemplified by HyPerform [Continue Reading]

Engelbart on Improving Improvement

January 14, 2018 // 2 Comments

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DEI | Jan 14, 2018 | Jim Spohrer
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. [Continue Reading]

Esther Dyson’s ‘Way to Wellville’ Challenge a game changer

December 7, 2015 // 0 Comments

featured image Here’s an exciting fresh approach to transforming the health of our communities. “The Way to Wellville, a national challenge among five communities over five years to make significant, visible and lasting improvement in five measures of health and economic vitality. In the end, we’ll map new paths for entire communities to make changes that result in healthier people and places.” [Continue Reading]