Here you can listen to Doug's story in his own words.
This list of interviews is either exhaustive nor alphabetical or even prioritised; the order is more or less the order in which it was recorded.
The pieces are casual conversations with Doug on different topics, not a lecture or a strict reference work.
Doug on his early epiphany and vision.
Introduction | Paradigms | Argument Mapping | Cars & Capabilities
Why Did He Get Into This? | Practical Start | The Atlantic Monthly | 1968 Demo | Augment/NLS | History of the Internet | Always Group Collaboration? | The Internet & Computers Potential | Ideal Situation | Much Already Done, But Not In Widespread Use | Pride VS Frustration
Human-Computer Interface Issues | Human & Tool System | The Mouse | Options for Chorded Keyset | Hypertext/Hypermedia | Dynamic Linking | Networks | Windows | Operarting System Thoughts | Macros & Scripting | Command Language & Granularity | End User Programing
Why Bootstrap? | Evolutionary Processes | Bootstrapping - VS. Commercial Software
DKR | How Does OHS Relate TO DKR?
Capability Infrastructure | Collective IQ | Prevailing Paradigms | Urgent Complex Problems | Why Create More Than Current Software? | Automate vs. Augmentation
Ease Of Use | What About People Who Just Want To Get Their Job Done? | Speech & Voice Recognition Commands | WYSIWYG / WHSIAYG
To put everything into context and to clarify, I asked Doug what he wants to have happen. Now. And he replied:
Doug's current project is to build what he calls a HyperScope, which is intended to, initially, make the Web more interactive. It is a part of his Open Hyperdocument System (OHS) which is a central part of his vision:
Various Pieces From Oxford 2004
Doug on building DKRs and so forth. Recorded at Ted Nelson's house.
Doug PM | Doug PM 2 | Doug PM 3 | DKR Oxford | Doug & Ted | Doug & Ted 2