Press Archive: 1990s 0

Featuring Doug Engelbart 1

Articles 1a

Happy anniversary, mouse! The Hindu Monday Mart, December 25, 1999. [Courtesy: Business Wire Service]1a116

El raton cumple 35 anos. Muy Extra, Otono 1999.1a115

Unfinished revolution. Warren Karlenzig, Knowledge Management (Knowledge Talk), August 1999.1a114

Doug Engelbart: The Unfinished Revolution. Blake Harris, Government Technology Magazine: Special Issue "Visions: technology and government for the new millennium." August 1999.1a113

Flashback 1972: Xerox Parc and the Alto. Leslie Goff, CNN.com, July 8, 1999.1a112

Flashback 1967: The mighty mouse. Laura Hunt, CNN.com, July 7, 1999. (From Computerworld, May 10, 1999.)1a111

Honoring our ancestors. Reva Basch, Online Magazine, March 1999.1a110

Des souris et un homme. SVM Mac, March 1999.1a109

Computer mouse creator wins invention prize. USA Today (Tech Report), February. 28, 1999.1a108

Boosting your collective IQ. Debra Hvass, Spotlight on Performance, 16:2, 1999.1a107

The mouse man. Tia O'Brian, San José Mercury News - West Magazine, February 7, 1999.1a106
The sun hasn't risen yet on this bone-cracking cold Christmas Eve morning [at Fitness 101]. Amid the youthful exercise cyclers is a striking figure: a trim, gray-haired man huffing a bit as he pedals

Silicon Valley finds its past in a blast. Joan O'C. Hamilton, Business Week, January 25, 1999.1a105

Mouse memories. Newsweek(Cyberscope), December 21, 1998.1a104

Douglas Engelbart: More Thoughts from Cassandra, by Adam C. Engst, TidBITS, December 14, 1998.1a141

The Bootstrap Alliance: Knowledge is a contact sport. Susan Gilles, Catalyst, Winter 1998.1a103

Mighty Mouse still rules. Booth Moore, The Japan Times, December 16, 1998.1a102

Of mice, men and machines. Andrew Leonard, The Salon.com, December 15, 1998.1a101

Beyond the mouse: Engelbart and social change [text file]. Eugene Eric Kim, Dr. Dobb's Web Site, December 11, 1998.1a100

Visionaries plot the next revolution:Inventor of mouse honored and future is imagined. Janet Rae-Dupree, San Jose Mercury News, December 10, 1998.1a99

Upgrading the human OS. Steve Silberman, Wired News, December 10, 1998. 1a98

Say cheese: Computer mouse turns 30. Don Knapp, CNN.com, December 9, 1998. Also on CBS News. 1a97

Happy 30th to the magical mouse, Martha Mendoza, Taunton Daily Gazette, December 9, 1998.1a96

Of a mouse and a man. K. Oanh Ha, San Jose Mercury News, December 8, 1998.1a95

Computer rodent turns 30. Martha Mandoza, Palo Alto Daily News, December 8, 1998.1a94

The mouse that roared: Computer visionary's idea changed the world. David L. Chandler, Boston Sunday Globe, December 6, 1998.1a93

The mouse that roared. James Glave, WIRED, December 4, 1998.1a93

History in the making - The Silicon Valley Archives tracks it as it happens, Kurt Brantman, San Francisco Gate, December 2, 1998.1a92

The mouse that rolled. Reid Kanaley, Knight Ridder Newspapers, December __ , 1998.1a91

Future of computing scrutinized. Janet Rae-Dupree, The Cincinnati Enquirer, December __, 1998.1a90

30 years click, click, hooray! for computer mouse, --, Cincinnati Enquirer, December 1998.1a89

The mouse is older than you think -and still growing, --, Sentinel San Francisco via The New York Times, October 5, 1998.1a88

Starting point: Tracking the birth of the mouse. Mark Glaser, Entertainment Weekly, September 4, 1998.1a87

The legacy of an eternal optimist. Business Week, February 23, 1998.1a86

Boosting collective IQ and implications for software developers, Steve Aranoff, Software Forum News, October 1997 (includes cassette tape of talk).1a85

The big cheese! Kids' Wall Street News, 2:3, July/August 1997.1a84

Finally, kudos for the man who made it all click. Lisa Granatstein, Time Digital, June, 1997.1a83

A worthy prizewinner: Doug Engelbart. Bob Haavind, Computer Design, June 1997.1a82

Engelbart awarded $500,000 Lifetime Achievement Award. SRI Highlights, May/June 1997.1a81

Collaborative computing pioneer Engelbart wins $500,000 prize. Stan Augarten, Group Computing, May/June 1997.1a80

The man behind the mouse. Otis Port, Business Week, April 21, 1997.1a79

Portland inventor makes good:$500,000 prize. Richard L. Hill, The Oregonian, April 11, 1997.1a78

Mouse inventor talks about groupware- Doug Engelbart believes more collaboration necessary for industry to grow. Stewart Deck, Computerworld, April 10, 1997.1a77

Inventor of the mouse wins $500,000 prize: Bay Area scientist wins Lemelson-MIT Award for creation. Arthur M Louis, San Francisco Chronicle, April 10, 1997.1a76

Mouse's big cheese. Jim Dwyer, New York Daily News, April 10, 1997.1a75

Computer mouse creator wins invention prize, The Associated Press, USA Today - High-tech, April 10, 1997.1a74

Mouse creator gets his due. David Kushner, WIRED, April 10, 1997.1a74

Computer pioneer wins Lemelson-MIT Prize: Computer trailblazer Douglas Engelbart receives half-million dollars for invention and innovation. MIT press release, New York, NY, April 9, 1997.1a73

Prominent Alumnus Doug Engelbart receives prestigious award for inventors. David Stauth, The Oregon Stater, April 1997.1a72

The mouse that roared. Ken Baker, People Magazine, March 25, 1997.1a71

What you see is all you get. Harvey Lehtman, ACM Interactions, January/February 1997.1a70

Tools that make business better and better: A Silicon Valley legend who pioneered the mouse and pioneered the Int. Thomas Stewart, Fortune Magazine, December 23, 1996.1a69

Computer Pioneer Works to Raise the 'Collective I.Q.' of Organizations. Denise Caruso, New York Times, CyberTimes Section, October 7, 1996. [Also The Site MSNBC-TV interview of Engelbart by Denise Caruso.]1a68

The man who invented the present is still working on the future. Howard Rheingold, The Publishing Resource Services, October 3, 1996.1a67

Improving your organization's IQ. Frances Hessselbein, Premier Issue of Leader to Leader, a publication of the Drucker Foundation, September 1996.[reprints available from Doug Engelbart Institute]1a66

Man of the mouse. Nickelodeon Magazine, September 1996.1a65

Douglas Engelbart & the invention of groupware. Stan Augarten, Group Computing, July/August 1996.[reprints available from Doug Engelbart Institute]1a64

The man who sees the future. Eric Ransdell, U.S. News & World Report, May 20, 1996. [reprints available from Doug Engelbart Institute]1a63

Of mice and men. Kate Button, Computer Weekly/Pioneers, May 2, 1996.1a62

Doug Engelbart: Father of the mouse. Andrew Maisel, SuperKids, March 1996.1a61

Educators seek technology insights. John M. Moran, The Hartford Courant, January 30, 1996.1a60

Mouse inventor has own crusade. Cissy Ross, Santa Barbara News Press, September 11, 1995.1a59

Met de computer zitten we pas in1907. Lucas Ligtenberg, NRC Handelsblad, July 13, 1995.1a58

The social construction of the personal computer user. Thierry Bardini, Journal of Communication45:3, 1995, pp.40-65.1a57

Bootstrapping to the future. Laurie Flynn, The New York Times, p.8F, December 18, 1994.1a56

Long distance perspectives on hypermedia. Helen Ashman, ACM SIGLINK Newsletter, December 1994.1a55

A computer visionary looks back - and ahead. Keith Henderson, The Christian Science Monitor, Tuesday, November 8, 1994, p.14.1a54

ASAP legends - Douglas Engelbart. Owen Edwards, Forbes ASAP, October 10, 1994.1a53

Network pioneer Douglas Engelbart breaks the barriers between man and machine. Stan Kolodziej, Network World, October 5, 1994.1a52

Mighty mouse who invented modern computing. David Simpson, The Scotsman, Tuesday, 13 September1994.1a51

Scientist still connects to vision of global info. Bobbi Nodell, Oakland Tribune, September 7, 1994.1a50

The nice guy who finished last. David Plotnikoff, San Jose Mercury News (Living Section), September 4, 1994.1a49

What's in your dream? Katsura Hattori, Asahi, p.7, July 15, 1994. [Japanese]1a48

Tech pioneer Douglas Engelbart:inventing computer standards that have remade society. Ted Bunker, Investor's Business Daily, July 11, 1994.1a47

Always ahead of his time - Douglas Engelbart. Michael Fitzgerald, Computerworld, 25th Anniversary Edition, June 22, 1992.1a46

Inga pek pinnar om Engelbarts pikdon. Ahrvid Engholm, PC World/Sweden, June 1992, p. 74.1a45

Douglas Engelbart's design for knowledge-based organizations -
Part 1. Required technology: Open hyperdocument systems [more formats]. Patricia B. Seybold. Paradigm Shift 3: 8 (February 12, 1992).
Part 2. Co-evolution of organizations and technology
[more formats]. Patricia B. Seybold. Paradigm Shift 3:9 (March 25, 1992).1a44

Mannen bakom musen. Ahrvid Engholm, PCWorld/Sweden, February 28, 1992.1a43

The personal stuff is great, but... Joanne Kelleher, Computerworld, May 20, 1991.1a42

Inventor of mouse moves on to bigger and better things. Richard McCormack, New Technology Week, March25, 1991.1a41

Racing change on a merry-go-round. Paul Saffo, Personal Computing, May 25, 1990.1a40

Conquering complexity by augmenting the human intellect. Patricia Seybold, Postscript On Information Technology, April 1990.1a39

Engineer builds a better mouse. Lamont Wood, Chicago Tribune, March 18, 1990.1a38

It would be difficult to exaggerate Doug Engelbart's effect on the computer industry. Steve Rosenthal, Electric Word, March/April 1990.1a37

Looking to the future. Paul Saffo, Bay Area Computer Currents, January 30, 1990.1a36

Video/TV 1b

JCN Profiles: Visionary leaders of the information age. 22-min. VHS video cassette recording of Marc Doyle interviewing Douglas Engelbart for the Mind Extension University Education Network in March 1995.1b1

Featuring Doug with select others 2

Articles 2a

Millennium 100 - Who made Silicon Valley what it is today?, David E. Early and Charles Matthews, Silicon Valley Magazine, December 19, 1999.2a63

The Net turns 30, Bonnie Azab Powell, Red Herring, December 1999.2a62

Meet people who invented the internet, Tony Kontzer, Investor's Business Daily, October 1, 1999.2a61

Fathers of invention - They created the first computer network, 30 years ago, Michael Mattis, Business2.0, October 1999.2a60

Workplace learning power is topic of SRI futurist panel, Miranda Ewell, San Jose Mercury News, September 15, 1999.2a59

Finally, the Internet has a birth date, David Plotnikoff, San Jose Mercury News, September 9, 1999.2a58

The unknown soldiers, Matthew McKinnon, Shift Magazine, May 1999.2a57

Masterminds. Karen O'Leary, Gentry, April 1999.2a56

Of mice and men, Anne Freedman, The Intelligencer Record, March 28, 1999.2a55

Giving credit where it's overdue, Gambits/Editors, Upside, March 1999.2a54

"The Rodent Revolution: 30-year-old mouse ready for change," ABCNEWS.com, December 9, 1998.2a53

Mouse celebrates 30 years of computer connections, Martha Mendoza, The Argus of Fremont, CA, December5, 1998.2a51

Be part of history with valley Archives: Symposium will be a showcase, Dan Gillmor, San Jose Mercury News, December 1, 1998.2a50

Mouse inventor honored, [author unknown], The Oregon Stater/Classmates and Friends News, December 1998.2a49

National Inventors Hall of Fame adds6 new members to collection, Jim Quinn, Akron Beacon Journal, September 20, 1998.2a48

"Der Erfinder der Maus," Christoph Droesser, Die Zeit Magazin, No 35, August 20, 1998, Items 21 and22.2a47

Commentary: Turing Award winner Doug Engelbart reflects on past and plans for future, ACMMemberNet,41: 7 (July 1998).2a46

Den forste testpiloti cyberspace, Af Marc Proschold, Illustreret Videnskab Magazine, May 1998, pp.36-39.2a45

Of mouse and man: Today's mouse technology scurries toward a wireless future, John Ward, The In sideLine, 11: 5 (May 1998).2a44

A brief history of human-computer interface technology, Brad A. Myers, ACM - Interactions, March-April 1998.2a43

From mice to hamsters, J.D. Biersdorfer, The New York Times, February 26, 1998.2a42

"Tales from Spin-Off City," Otis Port, Business Week, February 23, 1998.2a41

"WWW6 a glimpse into construction of a world of wire, David Plotnikoff, San Jose Mercury News, April13, 1997.2a40

Emcee has the last - and wittiest - word in revenge, Chris Nolan, San Jose Mercury News, March 5, 1997.2a39

Inventor of mouse hopes to inspire, Michael V. Copeland, Castro Valley Daily Review, March 1997.2a38

"WWW: Past, present, and future," Tim Berners-Lee, Anniversary Feature, Computer - Innovative technology for computer professionals, IEEE Computer Society 50 Years of Service, October 1996.2a37

Alumni honorees set pace with new solutions, new technology - Douglas Engelbart: Realized visions of a world at work, U.C. Berkeley Engineering MATRIX, 24,: 4 (Fall1996).2a36

The Net's big bang, David Plotnikoff, San Jose Mercury News, August 4, 1996.2a35

Nothing up their sleeves? John Markoff, The New York Times, Monday, March 11, 1996.2a34

50Years after 'As we may think': The Brown/MIT Vannevar Bush Symposium. Featuring Engelbart as keynote speaker. See alsosymposium people/talks. Rosemary Simpson, Allen Renear, Elli Mylonas, Andries van Dam, ACM Interactions, March 1996.2a33

A look into the labs, Alice LaPlante, Computerworld, August 1, 1995.2a32

Groupware not a Lotus invention, Keely Brunner, Computerworld, July 10, 1995.2a31

The 10th Annual Editors' Choice Awards/Special-Achievement Awards. MacUser, March 1995, p. 79.2a30

The creators. Katie Hafner, Wired, December 1994.2a29

The rise and fall of the first computer network. David Plotnikoff, San Jose Mercury News, Living Section, September 4, 1994.2a28

A salute to the winners. Gary Beach, Computerworld, June 27, 1994.2a27

Awards spotlight high tech heroes. Erin Callaway, Computerworld, June 13, 1994.2a26

Douglas Engelbart, Special Interview, MacWorld Japan, March 1994, p. 92. (Kohira, photographer)2a25

Before the Altair -- The history of personal computing, Larry Press, Communications of the ACM, 36:9(September 1993), pp 27-33.2a24

The creative edge. Laurence Hooper, The Wall Street Journal (Technology Genius), Monday, May 24, 1993.2a23

Two men, two visions of one computerworld, indivisible. Andrew Pollack, The New York Times, December8, 1991.2a22

Groupware: Addressing a need for improving productivity. Robert Haavind, Electronic Business, September 17, 1990.2a21

The BYTE Summit: Sixty-three of the most creative and influential people in the industry discuss their perspectives on the microcomputer industry of the future. Byte Magazine, September 1990, pp 226-365.2a20

Lean and limber will describe the company of the future. Robert Haavind, Electronic Business, April 30, 1990.2a19

A whole new way of using computers. Sherrie Van Tyle, Electronics, February 1990.2a18

Video/TV 2b

Nerds 2.0.1.: A brief history of the Internet, (Episode 1: Networking the nerds; Episode 2: Serving the suits; Episode 3: Wiring the world), Catherine Wilson/Associate Producer, Oregon Public Broadcasting, December 1998. [in storage box]2b3

"Augmenting Human Intellect 35 Years Later - Bay Area Computer History Perspectives," Sun Microsystems, November 12, 1997.2b2

 

Mentioning Doug
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Articles 3a

The digital century: Computing through the ages. PC World, November 29, 1999.3a28

Building a better computer mouse. Evan Hansen, CNet News.com, October 2, 2002.3a27

Artists & Entertainers of the 20th Century: 60 Second Symposium. James Carney, Time Magazine, 100 Special Issue, June 8, 1998, p.45.3a26

Mausoleum, [author unknown], konr@dMagazine, February 1998, p. 13.3a25

SRI at 50: what next? Marion Softky, The Country Almanac, January 29, 1997.3a24

Digital greats rate a Nobel, Dan Gillmore, San Jose Mercury News, October 19, 1997, p. E1.3a23

"Enemies... buddies... old friends...," Angela Gunn, Yahoo! Internet Life, August 1997.3a22

InfiNetly rewarding, David Plotnikoff, San Jose Mercury News (Living Section), Oct. 3, 1996.3a21

Your true love is a computer? Better get a life! Phillip Robinson, San Jose Mercury News, Section E, December 18, 1994.3a20

A net gain. James W. Crawley, The San Diego Union-Tribune, September 4, 1994.3a19

The birth of the internet. Barbara Kantrowitz and Adam Rogers, Newsweek, August 8, 1994.3a18

Looking for the next revolution - The Rolling Stone interview with Steve Jobs. Jeff Goodell, Rolling Stone, June 16, 1994.3a17

How Mac changed the world. Philip Elmer-Dewitt, Time, January 31, 1994.3a16

Review set of patent in dispute. John Markoff, The New York Times, December 17, 1993.3a15

Wir bauen die Datenautobahn. Das Gesprach/Gerd Meissner/Helmut Sorge, Der Spiegel, April 1993.3a14

Not everyone in the Valley loves silicon-friendly government. John Markoff, The New York Times, March 7, 1993.3a13

Striking a chord. Tom Schmitz, San Jose Mercury News, February 23, 1992.3a12

The highway to the future. John Schwartz, Newsweek, January 13, 1992.3a11

The mousetrap. Tom Schmitz, San Jose Mercury News, January 12, 1992.3a10

Hypertext - The smart tool for information overload. Robert Haavind, MIT's Technology Review, November/December 1990.3a9

Video/TV 3b

Understanding Computing. 53-min. VHS video cassette recording showing how the numbering system was developed and advanced into computing. Produced by Cronkite Ward & Company in June 1995.3b2

The Internet Show. ___-min. VHS videocassette recording produced by Brandenburg Productions, Inc. in 1994.3b1

 

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Articles 4a

A quiet leap forward in cyberspace. Aaron Zitner, Boston Globe, September 11, 1994.4a7

PARC is back! Howard Rheingold, Wired, February 1994.4a6

6th Annual 100. Microtimes, January 4, 1993, p.112.4a5

Forsta musen vap av tra och hade smahjul. Ahrvid Engholm, Mikro Datorn, No.4 (1992), p. 24.[Swedish].4a4

Tiden ar matte pa foretags Rompetens. Kent Seifars, Utbildn Yngs Tidningen, No. 2 (1992), p.6.[Swedish]4a3

Radio/TV interviews 4b

CNBC News interview, April 1997.4b6

CNN News interviews, March 1991 and April 1997.4b5

"The Site," 30 minute interview with Denise Caruso, MSNBC-TV, September 1996.4b4

"Forum with Michael Krasny," PBS Radio30 minute interview with call-ins, September 24, 1996, 10:00 am.4b3

"JCN Profiles: Visionary Leaders of the Information Age," (22-min. VHS video cassette recording), Douglas Engelbart is interviewed by Marc Doyle for the Mind Extension University Education Network, Jones Cable Network, March 1995.4b2






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"Technology still hasn't caught up to Doug's vision for the future."
– Source: A worthy prizewinner: Doug Engelbart, by Bob Haavind, Editor-in-Chief, Computer Design, June 1997

"If not for Douglas Engelbart, a great many of the technical innovations we consider integral to the personal computer revolution would not exist. [...] His motivating concept, still largely untested today, was that information technologies could serve as the connective tissue between people and information. The result, he said, would be an exponential increase in what he calls an organization's "collective I.Q,"
– Source: Computer Pioneer Works to Raise the 'Collective I.Q.' of Organizations, By Denise Caruso, NY Times, October 7, 1996


Commemorative Events 3

"The Unfinished Revolution"
Celebrating the
30th Anniversary of
'Mother of All Demos'
by Doug Engelbart & Team
December 9, 1998

"The Vannevar Bush Symposium"
Celebrating the
50th Anniversary of his article
'As We May Think'
October 12-13,1995

See Historic Events for more