|Question:||Can you just talk a little of how the different pieces came together for the 1968 demo, why you decided to go the certain routes that you did?|
|Answer:||...we had the whole augmentation thing pushing for 8 years at least...|
Engelbart's now-famous multimedia 1968 Fall Joint Computer Conference Presentation in San Francisco, CA. The 90-minute multimedia presentation of NLS demonsted key features of the system. This was the world debut of the mouse, hypermedia, and on-screen video teleconferencing.
From the presentation
|Keywords:||NLS, Fall Joint Computer Conference Presentation, basic editing, knowledge base, linking, pointing,|
.au 11.127 khz 16 bits mono with µLaw 2;1 compression.
Originally recorded on an Apple Macintosh PowerBook
using a SONY ECM-T145 condenser microphone and Adobe
Premiere audio/video editing software. The original recording
was saved as a QuickTime file at 22 mhz, 16 bits with
|Recorded:||Session 2. 7/25/2000. Interviewed at Dr. Engelbarts residence in Atherton, California, late in the evening by Frode Hegland @.|