The Digital Revolution Succeeded as a Technical Project; Now it Must Succeed as a Human Project

The Flat Earth, according to the Bible
And Doug Englebart would know. Beginning in the 1950s, his work led to the development of the computer mouse, the graphical user interface (GUI), the multiple-window display, hypermedia, joysticks and groupware.
Where this progression goes is too important to be left only to the professionals.

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Storyteller. I’ve been a filmmaker, merchant sailor, glass artisan, playwright, and 40-year veteran of Silicon Valley. And each job brought new stories to tell…

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