Personal Digital Archiving 2011
Learnings
from a life’s work:
The Doug Engelbart Archives
Christina Engelbart
Executive Director
www.dougengelbart.org
“Boosting our Collective IQ”
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1964
Story in a nutshell
1951
1962
1967
1998
1969
1968
1988
1978
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The human element
research team
1-47 people
over 20+ years
•
experimental methods,
conventions, practices
• new roles
• strategic approach
Alumni
100+
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artifacts
The stuff
software
photos
repository
texts
audio / oral
histories
Personal
records
Backup
Media
press
events
film /
video
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Archiving
real-time
online
physical
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(Re)Archiving on the web
1990s
Stanford
MouseSite
1995
our first website
preserved by
Internet Archive
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Archiving
on the web
2010
Internet Archive
Computer
History Museum
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Context
What’s their story?
What were they thinking?
“firsts”
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edgerton-digital-collection.org 12
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Where to go from here
•
Learn from the Edgerton Digital Collection
and archivists of notable persons
• Digital storytelling
• Digital museums – NMC MIDEA
• Engage faculty and interns
• Partnering and Funding
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Objectives beyond webifying
•
Humanizing history
• Connecting the technology to the vision
• Communicating the primary significance
of the vision
www.dougengelbart.org15
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Knowledge Ecosystem
Reports
Intell
Contracts
Mtg
Records
Email
Rationale
Lessons
Learned
Plans
Proposals
Commentary
Source
Code
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Knowledge Ecosystem
All plugged into a collective intelligence
“Boosting our Collective IQ”
Reports
Reports
Intell
Contracts
Contracts
Mtg
Records
Plans
Email
Lessons
Commentary
Source
Learned
Rationale
Proposals
Plans
Proposals
Lessons
Learned
Commentary
Code
Source
Code
Mtg
Records
Intelligence
Rationale
Email
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Dynamic Knowledge Ecosystem
“Boosting our Collective IQ”
dialog ~ intel ~ knowledge products
Concurrently
Reports
Reports
Intell
Contracts
Contracts
Mtg
Records
Plans
Email
Lessons
Commentary
Source
Learned
Rationale
Proposals
Plans
Proposals
Lessons
Learned
Commentary
Code
Source
Code
Mtg
Records
Intelligence
Rationale
Email
•developing
•integrating
•applying
KNOWLEDGE
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Dynamic Knowledge Ecosystem
“Boosting our Collective IQ”
Tool / Knowledge
Requirements:
dialog ~ intel ~ knowledge products
Functionality ubiquitous in all tools you use
Open
Evolvable, migratable
Interoperable
Malleable, custom views
Permeable, every
object addressable,
Reports
Intell
linkable in any file
Reports
Contracts
Identifyable, every object
Contracts
Mtg
Records
stamped with author and
Plans
time of creation/edits
Email
Lessons
Commentary
Source
Learned
Annotate
Rationale
Proposals
Code
Extensible
Customizable
Plans
Source
Proposals
Code
Seamless experience
Lessons
Mtg
Shared desktop ubiquitous
Learned
Records
Rationale
Online publishing with ID
Commentary
and version management
Email
Intelligence
Concurrently
•developing
•integrating
•applying
KNOWLEDGE
Grand Challenge
Complexity and urgency are scaling up
Rate of change
exponentially
with exponential
Collective IQ strategy
with incremental
Collective IQ strategy
Organizations and
societies with no
Collective IQ strategy
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 ...
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Appreciation
• Alumni
from Doug’s lab and Institute
– Jeff Rulifson, Harvey Lehtman, Jake Feinler , Bill Daul
– Doug’s long-time secretary Mary Coppernoll
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SRI International and Logitech at all levels
• Stanford Library Special Collections
– Henry Lowood, Tim Lenoir and team
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Computer History Museum
•
Internet Archive
– Paula Jabloner, Marc Weber, Jake Feinler
– Brewster Kahle, Laura Milvy, Jeff Ubois, and team
•
New Media Consortium (nmc.org)
– Larry Johnson and Alan Levine
www.dougengelbart.org
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