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1991 | Together We Can Get There! | Patty Seybold interviews Doug Engelbart

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1991 | Together We Can Get There! | Patty Seybold interviews Doug Engelbart

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Patricia Seybold interviewed Engelbart on high-performance organizations and what it will take to achieve them. Filmed in 1991, still very relevant today. These are the slides used. Based on this interview, Patty subsequently published a two-part article titled "Doug Engelbart's Design for Knowledge-Based Organizations" linked below.

Production Note: Filmed on the road in a borrowed studio with scant A/V provision, so Doug printed out his slides and brought his old pointer.

LINKS
Video: https://youtu.be/ULtFHTT-R1Y
Handouts: https://archive.org/details/bootstrap-seybold-interview-1991slides-6x/mode/1up
Patty's Article: https://archive.org/details/1992SeyboldEngelbartArticle/page/n1/mode/1up
Authorship: http://bit.ly/3d2oaXp (the article Doug is showing for #23)

Patricia Seybold interviewed Engelbart on high-performance organizations and what it will take to achieve them. Filmed in 1991, still very relevant today. These are the slides used. Based on this interview, Patty subsequently published a two-part article titled "Doug Engelbart's Design for Knowledge-Based Organizations" linked below.

Production Note: Filmed on the road in a borrowed studio with scant A/V provision, so Doug printed out his slides and brought his old pointer.

LINKS
Video: https://youtu.be/ULtFHTT-R1Y
Handouts: https://archive.org/details/bootstrap-seybold-interview-1991slides-6x/mode/1up
Patty's Article: https://archive.org/details/1992SeyboldEngelbartArticle/page/n1/mode/1up
Authorship: http://bit.ly/3d2oaXp (the article Doug is showing for #23)

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