Now celebrating the 50th Anniversary of TWO great milestones with footage, memorabilia, and fun facts galore! See 1969 Demo and first com­pu­ter network for details

Historic Legacy
The Engelbart Archive
In 1969 Doug Engel­bart pro­duced a SEQUEL to the 'Mother of All Demos' AND parti­ci­pated in the first com­pu­ter networkboth just turned 50! More pio­neer­ing firsts show­cased at the Engel­bart Archive, with online exhi­bits, his­tor­ic foot­age, photos, texts, oral his­to­ries, and more.    
Strategic Vision
Raising Collective IQ at Scale
What drove his innovation and spark­ed a revo­lu­tion, cata­pul­ting us into the Know­ledge Age? Visit the Engel­bart Aca­demy to learn about his Vision for raising Collec­tive IQ across busi­ness and society to our high­est poten­tial—now more viable and more crucial than ever!
Doing It
Creating a Brilliant World
Now you can put these same strate­gic princi­ples to work Bootstrap­ping Bril­liance in your own initiatives. See Our Projects and Commu­nity Show­case re: how some initia­tives making a dif­fer­ence in the world are already meet­ing the Engel­bart Chal­lenge.    

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article featured imageAI visionary named first Engelbart Distinguished Fellow
Australian National University | Jan 22, 2020 | ANU Media
“The Australian National University's Distinguished Professor Genevieve Bell has been named the world's inaugural Engelbart Distinguished Fellow by SRI International for her trailblazing work on technology, artificial intelligence and culture.”

article featured imageThe first 50 years of living online: ARPANET and Internet
Computer History Museum | Oct 25, 2019 | Marc Weber
“Doug Engelbart's group at SRI ran the Network Information Center (NIC), which besides acting as a central library kept track of all the computers on the ARPANET. [...] Engelbart's group had helped pioneer many core features of modern computing by then, as part of a Web-like effort called oNLine System (NLS).”

article featured imageNet@50: Did Engelbart's “Mother of All Demos” Launch the Connected World?
Computer History Museum | Dec 9, 2018 | Marc Weber
“His goal was building systems to augment human intelligence. His group prototyped much of modern computing (and invented the mouse) along the way”

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