Remembering Bill English, chief engineer on the Mouse and the Demo, in our Tribute to Bill English (WKE)


Explore Doug's many pio­neer­ing firsts, from the 'Mother of All Demos' to the Mouse and more, all show­cased at the Engel­bart Archive with online exhi­bits, his­tor­ic foot­age, photos, texts, and oral his­to­ries. Don't miss his 1969 SEQUEL to the Demo or his role in the first com­pu­ter networkboth turned 50!   
What drove his innovation and spark­ed a revo­lu­tion, cata­pul­ting us into the Know­ledge Age? Visit the Engel­bart Aca­demy to learn about his accel­er­a­tive Strategy for raising Collec­tive IQ across busi­ness and soci­ety to our high­est col­lec­tive poten­tial—now more viable and more crucial than ever!
Now you can put these same strate­gic accel­er­a­tors to work Bootstrap­ping Bril­liance in your own ini­tia­tives, teams and organ­i­za­tions. 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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Honorable Mention


Watch President Obama cite Doug Engelbart's innovations:

"So much of our information age began right here, at Stanford... It was from here in 1968 where researcher Douglas Engelbart astonished an audience..."
– President Barak Obama




The National Medal of Technology & Innovation

On December 1, 2000, the White House bestowed on Douglas Engelbart the National Medal of Technology and Innovation,
the highest award in it's class

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IN MEMORIAM
Douglas Carl Engelbart
(1925-2013)

See Remembering Doug for photos, tributes, and news from his passing.
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He will be missed...