Web 0.01 – Engelbart\’s 1968 oNLine system being built in 2006! | Web 2.0 Explorer | ZDNet.com

Web 0.01 – Engelbart\’s 1968 oNLine system being built in 2006! | Web 2.0 Explorer | ZDNet.com

I just noticed ZDNet is recruiting a lot of new bloggers and they are promising to pay for consistent quality writing.

Also, this post about Doug Engelbart is really fascinating. I got my start in the computer industry in 1988 when my brother Curt hired me at Folio. He had been attending hypertext conferences for a few years and I read all transcripts from those conferences and so I became familiar with the pioneers in this space, including Engelbart. (This is also where I first became acquainted with Jakob Nielsen, now a world renowed web usability expert. He was big in the hypertext world.) So I\’m interested in following the new Hyperscope project that has NSF funding and a blog to go along with it.

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