Engelbart's unfinished revolution [videorecording]
- Institute for the Future ; Stanford University Libraries.
- Stanford, CA : Stanford University Board of Trustees, c1999.
- Physical description
- 1 videocassette (6 hrs., 11 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
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At the library
- 1. Greeting and introductions / Provost Condoleezza Rice, Michael A. Keller, Paul Saffo, moderator. Storming the mainframe: The
- 1968 Demo panel discussion / Engelbart, Brand, English, Irby, Rulifson. Tim Lenoir. Session
- 2. The unfolding revolution: where have we come in the last
- 30 years: panel discussion / Andreessen, Caruso, Nielson, Rheingold, Zappacosta. Alan Kay. New horizons panel discussion / Card, Drexler, Evans, Horn, Markoff
- 3. unfinished revolution conversation / Engelbart, Rulifson. Ted Nelson. Andy van Dam
- 4. Terry Winograd. Stewart Brand. Jaron Lanier. Closing Remarks.
- ["A day-long, public symposium on the 30th anniversary of a historic demonstration in 1968 at a San Francisco computer conference. There Doug Engelbart and his associates debuted the computer mouse, graphical user interface, display editing and integrated text and graphics, hyper-documents, and two-way video-conferencing with shared workspaces. These concepts and technologies were to become the cornerstones of modern interactive computing. The symposium brought together Doug Engelbart and members of his historic team, along with other computer visionaries, to consider the impact of Engelbart's work on the last three decades of the computer revolution, to explore the challenges facing us today, and to speculate about the next three decades."]
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- Titles on cassettes: Englebart's unfinished revolution
- Presenters: Doug Engelbart, Marc Andreessen, Stewart Brand,Stu Card, Denise Caruso, Eric Drexler, Bill English, David A. Evans, Paul Horn, Charles Irby, Alan Kay, Jaron Lanier, Tim Lenoir, John Markoff, Don Nielson, Ted Nelson, Howard Rheingold, Jeff Rulifson, Andy van Dam, Terry Winograd, Pierluigi Zappacosta; moderator, Paul Saffo.
- Taped December 9, 1998 at Stanford University.
- VHS format.
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