50 years ago, 'the mother of all demos' foretold our tech future
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In a presentation dubbed "the mother of all demos," Douglas Engelbart showed off technology that would lead directly to Apple's Macintosh, the Innovation usually happens in slow, measured steps over many years, but a demo in 1968 transformed the world of personal computers in just 90 minutes.
50 Years Later, We Still Don't Grasp the Mother of All Demos | WIRED
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Fifty years ago today, Doug Engelbart showed 2,000 people a preview of the future. Engelbart gave a demonstration of the "oN-Line System" You can draw a line from the technologies introduced at the "Mother of All Demos," as WIRED writer Steven Levy dubbed the event in his book Insanely Great...
50 years ago, 'the mother of all demos' foretold our tech future
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Doug Engelbart gave the world its first taste of hypertext, a mouse, networking and more.Read more...
50 years ago, Doug Engelbart's 'Mother of All Demos' transformed tech
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Engelbart's presentation would later be more appropriately dubbed "The Mother of All Demos." Over the next few years, a half dozen or so of Engelbart's SRI team members including English and Rulifson were recruited by the newly established Xerox PARC (Palo Alto Research Center).
The Mother Of All Demos, 50 Years On | Hackaday
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Douglas Engelbart during the Mother of all Demos. Mouse prototype built by Bill English from Douglass Engelbart's sketches (Bill is pictured at the top of this article, preparing for the Mother of all Demos).
The Mother of All Demos - Wikipedia
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"The Mother of All Demos" is a name retroactively applied to a landmark computer demonstration, given at the Association for Computing Machinery / Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers...
50 Years Ago, 'The Mother of All Demos' Showed Us... - ExtremeTech
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Fifty years ago, Doug Engelbart of the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) appeared on stage to give "the mother of all demos." In the space of 90 minutes, he showed off The demo took place on December 9, 1968, when the microchips that would drive the computer revolution didn't even exist yet.
The Mother of All Demos | Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention...
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On December 9, 1968—fifty years ago this week---Engelbart debuted these innovations in what has subsequently been hailed as "the mother of all demos." During the late 1950s and early 1960s, the few computers that existed had mostly been used for mathematical calculations, such as numerically...
50 Years Later, We Still Don't Grasp the Mother of All Demos | News
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Fifty years ago today, Doug Engelbart showed 2,000 people a preview of the future. Engelbart gave a demonstration of the "oN-Line System" at the You can draw a line from the technologies introduced at the "Mother of All Demos," as Wired writer Steven Levy dubbed the event in his book Insanely Great...
Fifty years of the "Mother of All Demos" | by Vítor Gonçalves | Medium
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Fifty years later we have faster, cheaper and incidentally more complex versions of the technologies presented during the "Mother of All Demos", but Doug Engelbart's primary motivation remains a challenge to all of us: how to increase the collective IQ to cope with the growing complexity of our...
Douglas Engelbart's Mother of All Demos 50 Years Old - Zsolt Balai...
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Douglas Engelbart and his team held a revolutionary presentation in 1968 that 50 years later in 2018 still raises waves. World first computer mouse, word processing, drag-and-drop functionality, hyperlinks, collaborative editing and much much more. There are many articles about this subject here I would...
50 years on, we're living the reality first shown at the "Mother of All..."
https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2018/12/50-years-on-were-living-the-reality-first-shown-at-the-mother-of-all-demos/
The Demo showed word processing, many years before it became mainstream. In Engelbart's UI, one could use a mouse to move a cursor, a revolutionary idea Playing the the role of Douglas Engelbart, the late inventor of the internet, Mikel Rouse (C) performs in "The Demo" at Stanford University in...
The Mother of All Demos at 50 - Jorge Arango
https://jarango.com/2018/11/08/the-mother-of-all-demos-at-50/
Still, fifty years on The Demo resonates. The underlying idea of computing as something that creates a collaborative information environment (instead of The site is highlighting events in Silicon Valley and Japan to commemorate The Mother of all Demos. If you aren't in either location, there are several...
50 years ago: "The Mother of all Demos" or how WYSIWYG was born
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A day like today, 50 years ago, a man called Douglas Engelbert started to perform, in front of the assistants This system of interconnected computers became, a year later, the ARPANET, which You can watch Engelbert doing the "Mother of all demos" following this link, but beware, it's almost 1...
The Mother of All Demos turns 50 | MetaFilter
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50 Years Later, We Still Don't Grasp the Mother of All Demos [Wired] 50 years ago, Douglas Engelbart's Skype for Jail September 22, 2014 Doug Engelbart has died July 3, 2013 Engelbart's Violin May 23, 2012 Mother of All Demos December 8, 2008 Modern computing born... film at 11.
050: The Mother of All Demos - This is True
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"Some years later it was learned that they had licensed it to Apple Computer for something like $40,000." Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says Engelbart's paper, made real by the Mother of All Demos, created a framework which provided "for everything we have in the way computers work today.
50 Years Later, We Still Don't Grasp the Mother of All Demos
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Fifty years ago today, Doug Engelbart showed 2,000 people a preview of the future. Engelbart gave a demonstration of the "oN-Line System" You can draw a line from the technologies introduced at the "Mother of All Demos," as WIRED writer Steven Levy dubbed the event in his book Insanely Great...
The Future, Revisited: "The Mother of All Demos" at 50 - Los Angeles...
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Today, when people recall the "Mother of All Demos," they remember it as a media event, a forerunner of flashy Only three years earlier, almost to the day, Ronald Reagan famously announced, in his In the late 1990s, by virtue of having taught myself HTML, I got hired as interactive producer and brand...
Doug Engelbart's Mother of All Demos 50 years On
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It is 50 years since Douglas Engelbart presented a talk that came to be known as the "Mother of All Demos". The landmark event introduced many aspects of interactive computing, including the mouse. These ideas, now commonplace, were visionary in 1968 and must have stunned many in the audience.
Net@50: Did Engelbart's "Mother of All Demos" Launch the...
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Some years later that sailor, Douglas Engelbart, now a thoughtful and restless engineer at a Mountain View, California aerospace company, had an In 1968, Engelbart and his staff put on the so-called "mother of all demos" at a major conference in San Francisco, showing off all the features they had...
How Douglas Engelbart's 'Mother of All Demos' transformed tech 50...
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Today marks the 50th anniversary of 'The Mother of All Demos', presented by Douglas Engelbart, a computer scientist at the Stanford Research Institute, known 'The Mother of All Demos' is a name retroactively applied to a landmark computer demonstration, given at the Association for Computing...
How Douglas Engelbart's 'Mother of All Demos' changed the face of...
https://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-news-technology/how-douglas-engelbart-mother-of-all-demos-changed-the-face-of-modern-computing-50-years-ago-mouse-5485227/
Today marks the 50th anniversary of "The Mother of All Demos", presented by Douglas Engelbart, a computer scientist at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI), known for creating the computer mouse. On December 9, 1968, Engelbart first introduced the concept during a session of the Fall Joint Computer...
It's Been 50 Years: Take Some Time This Weekend To... | Techdirt
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Engelbart's demo, 50 years ago, was exactly that. Before even the idea of a graphical user interface for a computer, or the concept of a wider internet, was conceived of, Engelbart was literally Watching the Mother of All Demos once again lets us wonder about what will happen in the next 50 years.
50 Years On, We're Living the Reality First Shown At the 'Mother of...
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Thelasko quotes a report from Ars Technica: A half century ago, computer history took a giant leap when Douglas Engelbart -- then a mid-career 43-year-old engineer at Stanford Research Institute in the heart of Silicon Valley -- gave what has come to be known as the "mother of all demos." On Decemb...
50 Years Later, We Still Don't Grasp the Mother of All Demos
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Fifty years ago today, Doug Engelbart showed 2,000 people a preview of the future. Engelbart gave a demonstration of the "oN-Line System" at the Fall Joint Computer Conference in San Francisco on Dec. 9, 1968.
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MDC mother of all demos with NERA. ^ "All of the Words of the Year, 1990 to Present". American Dialect Society. ^ Contrary to popular belief, the 1968 Mother of All Demos was not held at Brooks Hall, but in a nearby Civic Auditorium, also known as the Arena.
50 years on, we're living the reality first shown at the "Mother of All..."
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In 1968, computers got personal: How the 'mother of all demos...
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Four years before, the student protesters of Berkeley's Free There lies the great irony in this pivotal turn in American high-tech history. For even though "the mother of all demos" provided inspiration for a personal, entrepreneurial, government-is-dangerous-and-small-is-beautiful computing era, Doug...
The Mother of All Demos, presented by Douglas Engelbart (1968)
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