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SRI establishes Distinguished Engelbart Fellow Award

January 23, 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

featured imageGuest 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]

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]

Engelbart Scholars tour with Doug Engelbart Institute

June 14, 2015 // 7 Comments

I was honored and thrilled this last month to host some very special guests for a full week of site tours, meetings, and in-depth studies — a select group of Engelbart Scholars convening the week of March 9th at the Doug Engelbart Institute in Menlo Park, CA, for a “deep dive” into Doug Engelbart’s seminal work, including a tour of Doug Engelbart Archive collections at Stanford Libraries Special Collections, the Computer History Museum, and the Internet Archives. [Continue Reading]

Toward Boosting Our Collective IQ: A Knowledge-Centric Approach

March 10, 2011 // 0 Comments

An adaptation of selected writings by Douglas C. Engelbart, with Preface and Conclusions by Christina Engelbart. “In the early 1990s, Doug Engelbart, renowned innovator, described the basic components of a dynamic knowledge ecosystem, and the knowledgebases that are constantly evolving from within these ecosystems, as a wake-up call for IT professionals as well as business users. His call to action is even more viable and pressing today as the scope and method of interaction and collaboration become increasingly distributed, networked, cross-functional, cross-disciplinary, cross-organizational, cross-cultural, interdependent, complex, and urgent on a global scale -- just as he predicted. Here we present his view of what is needed as well as an update by his daughter and innovation partner, Christina, on how far we have come in achieving his vision.” [Continue Reading]