December 9, 2018 at The Computer History Museum
See also the printable Event Program and
Video Capture: Individual Sessions

8:15 Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:15 Welcome  
Marc Weber, Computer History Museum
9:20 Doug’s Unfinished Revolution
Paul Saffo, Master of Ceremonies
Watch Tribute Video


9:30 Doug’s 1962 Framework: Augmenting Human Intellect
Gardner Campbell
9:45 The Making of The Demo: The ARC Team Remembers
Jeff Rulifson, Moderator, with Don Andrews, Martin HardyCharles Irby, and Christina Engelbart
10:30 Break


10:45 The Demo in Historical Context
Marc Weber
10:55 Impacts and Inspiration
John Markoff, Moderator, Howard Rheingold, Andy van Dam, (Alan Kay by ‘beam‘)
11:35 Applying Lessons of The Demo in Today’s Online World:
Panel 1 – Authoring, Retrieval, Classification
Marc Pesce, Moderator, Wendy Hall, Peter Norvig
12:15 Motivated by The Demo: Overview of Demo Exhibits
Watch Intro to Demo Exhibits
12:20 Lunch & Demos

Continuing Into The Future

1:30 Applying The Lessons of The Demo in Today’s Online World:
Panel 2 Addressability and Integration
Tim O’Reilly Moderator, Tim Berners-Lee, Brewster Kahle
2:10 Bootstrapping the Future: Doug’s Call to Action
Christina Engelbart
2:25 Case Examples of Bootstrapping  
Christina Engelbart, Moderator, Gardner Campbell, Stephanie Couch, Brant Cooper
3:05 Special Commemoration & Break
Paul Saffo, MC
3:45 Challenges in Making Interactive Systems More Useful  
Vint Cerf
4:00 Through A Doug Lens
Jeff Rulifson Moderator, Dan Whaley, Jeff Conklin
4:40 WTF and The Importance of Human/Tool Co-evolution
Tim O’Reilly
4:55 Coming Together for Doug’s Grand Challenge
Adam Cheyer
5:10 The Unifying Vision 
Ted Nelson
5:25 Closing Remarks
Paul Saffo, MC
5:30 Reception, Demos & CHM Exhibit Tours
7:30 End.

Demos inspired by Engelbart’s work will be offered during lunch and reception in the adjacent area – see Demos listing for details.

Meet fellow travelers, mingle and network, see current projects inspired by Engelbart, and tour Computer History Museum Exhibitions, including items related to his work (the Museum has a leading collection of the records of Engelbart’s laboratory as well as oral histories).

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