Urgent, Comples Problems

Question: You mention urgent, complex problems. What are they?
Answer: Well, where we sit now is almost at the center of Silicon Valley...
Notes: None.

Keywords: Urgent complex problems, traffic, technical people, transportation problem, plan, millennium project, state of the future, fresh water, energy, vehicles, free market, democracy,
Related Links: AC/UNU Millennium Project. 1999 STATE OF THE FUTURE: Challenges We Face at the Millennium by Jerome C. Glenn and Theodore J. Gordon. The accumulative research of the past three years of approximately 550 participants from 60 countries who have contributed their judgments about the future of humanity.

.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 no compression.
Due to Doug's characteristically low voice it was then imported into a Premiere project where the volume was raised in the project timeline three times (no filter) and saved as a QuickTime movie.
The document was then finally imported into Apple's QuickTime Player and exported as .au at 11.127 khz, 16 bits mono with µLaw 2;1 compression resulting in the version playing here.

Recorded: Session 2. 7/25/2000. Interviewed at Dr. Engelbarts residence in Atherton, California, late in the evening by Frode Hegland @.


Copyright Doug Engelbart/Frode Hegland - 2000