In 1962 Doug Engelbart published what may be the most important paper in computer history and in human augmentation.

This is where he laid out his concept of interactive computing and which would lead to him and his team to invent the mouse, word processing, email, and most of what we today consider personal computing. We still have far to go to live up to the dreams and ideas presented here:

Read Augmenting Human Intellect

This presentation of the paper hosted and presented by The Liquid Information Company, makers of richly interactive text, inspired by and in dialog with Doug Engelbart whom we were honoured to make a webomentary on as well: Invisible Revolution, The Doug Engelbart Documentary.

You should also see the 1968 Demo this paper resulted in

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