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MacPaint Interview and Demonstration, with Bill Atkinson and Andy Herzfeld
Interviewed by Aimee Gardner and Al Kossow on May 6, 2010 in Mountain View, California, X5818.2010 © Computer History Museum The Apple Macintosh combined brilliant design in hardware and in software.The drawing program MacPaint, which was released with the computer in January of 1984, was an example of that brilliance both in what it did, and in how it was implemented. MacPaint was written by Bill Atkinson, who was a member of the original Macintosh development team. He based it on his earlier
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Oral History of Adele Goldberg
Interviewed by John Mashey on May 10, 2010 in Mountain View, California, X5823.2010 © Computer History Museum Adele Goldberg reflects on her life and career from her early days at the University of Chicago and Stanford University through her career at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) and ParcPlace Systems.
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The Final Demonstration of the Xerox 'Star' computer
[Recorded: June 17,1998] Unquestionably, one of the major design innovations of this century has been the graphical user interface (GUI) for computers. With its desktop, icons, pop-up and pull-down menus and ubiquitous windows, the GUI has made computers much easier to use. Though over 100 million people around the world are now using GUI's, few outside of the Human-Computer Interaction field are aware of the history of its design. The first GUI ever developed was the work of Dr. Douglas Eng
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Deus Ex Machina - IBM Fellow Grady Booch on Computing: The Human Experience
[Recorded: October 25, 2013] I have made things clear to some extent by the origin of numbers from 0 and 1, which I have observed is the most beautiful symbol of the continuous creation of things from nothing and of their dependence on God. - Gottfried Leibniz In the days in which mainframes ruled the earth, there walked among us a programming priesthood. Just like the monks of old who would studiously labor over the production of their elegant manuscripts, programmers would do likewise. Each
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The Smithsonian's History of America in 101 Objects: Author Richard Kurin with John Hollar
[Recorded: November 18, 2013] The Smithsonian Institution is America's largest, most important, and most beloved repository for the objects that define our common heritage. Now Under Secretary for Art, History, and Culture Richard Kurin, aided by a team of top Smithsonian curators and scholars, has assembled a literary exhibition of 101 objects from across the Smithsonian's museums that together offer a marvelous new perspective on the history of the United States. Ranging from the earliest yea
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Technology Legend: Honoring Douglas Engelbart
As a young Doug Engelbart could only imagine sixty years ago, much of the world's population does the bulk of its reading, writing, and research tasks online. We sit at interactive screens, just as he foresaw, and click on the hypertext links he developed, with the mouse he invented. We chat and send emails, as his Augmentation Research Center staff did in the 1960s. We meet in videoconferences, the technology they showed the world at a famous 1968 public demo. We do all of this over computer ne
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L'Art en Question 2 : Manet - Dans la Serre (version finale)
Dans la Serre ressemble à un ersatz d'Adam et Eve avec sa fausse forêt vierge et une femme plus glaciale que tentatrice. Le film montre cependant que Manet va au-delà du pastiche : il met en scène une nouvelle femme citadine, caractérisée par son autonomie, et un désir masculin frustré réduit à se transférer sur les objets, les parties du corps ou les fleurs. Le film inscrit l'œuvre de Manet au sein d'une problématique plus large : celle de la redéfinition des rapports entre les se
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L'Art en Question 7 : BELLINI - St-François dans le Désert (version finale)
Qui est le vrai héros du tableau ? Le saint ou la Nature ? Plus d'infos sur la série et le projet sur http://www.canal-educatif.fr
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L'Art en Question 3 : BOTTICELLI - La Naissance de Vénus (version finale)
Libération du corps et de la beauté du nu féminin ou soumission à un nouveau cliché ? Plus d'infos sur la série et le projet sur http://www.canal-educatif.fr
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ArtSleuth 4 - VIGÉE-LEBRUN: Marie-Antoinette and her Children - Palace of Versailles
Marie-Antoinette loves her children, but why isn't that enough to save her? More on http://www.artsleuth.net
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ArtSleuth 6: HOLBEIN - The Ambassadors (final version) - National Gallery London
Why do two diplomats face death with such arrogance? Have they found an antidote? This film originally exists in a long version (37min) available on DVD and VOD: http://www.canal-educatif.fr/en/videos/art/4/holbein/hans-holbein-the-younger-the-ambassadors.html
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L'Art en Question 4 : Vigée-Lebrun, Marie-Antoinette et ses enfants (Versailles) - Version finale
Pourquoi l'amour maternel de Marie-Antoinette ne suffit pas à sauver la reine ? Plus d'infos sur la série et le projet sur http://www.canal-educatif.fr
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Valerie Hegarty: Alternative Histories
Valerie Hegarty: Alternative Histories is the second in a series inviting contemporary artists to activate the Brooklyn Museum's Period Rooms. Hegarty's site-specific artworks, which address themes of colonization, Manifest Destiny, and repressed history, are on display in the Cupola House parlor and hall, and in the dining room of the Cane Acres Plantation. Her installation in the Cupola House parlor includes a Native American--patterned rug that appears to be overgrown with grass, roots, and f
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Film Screening: Apache 8
Apache 8 (Sande Zeig, 2011, NR, 56 min.) explores the challenging lives of an all-women wildland firefighter crew from the White Mountain Apache Tribe. For over 30 years these women have been fighting fires in Arizona and throughout the United States, and this documentary tells their story through interviews with four members of the Apache crew. A Q&A session with director Sande Zeig and Apache 8 crew members Ericka Hinton and Nita Quintero will follow the screening. This event took place at t
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Panel Discussion: Women Shaping Our World: Architecture, Gender, and Space
The past decade has seen an unprecedented rise in interest in architecture and design, in both the public and private realms. In this discussion, focused on the intersection of architecture and gender, four women prominent in the architectural field will share their views on the social and political implications of their work, and on the role women play in shaping the culture at large. John Cary, Editor of PublicInterestDesign.org, moderates a panel that include Anne Fougeron, Principal, Fouger
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Book Club with graphic novelist Cristy C. Road
Graphic novelist Cristy C. Road talks about her new book, Spit and Passion, about a young girl struggling with her newfound queer identity. This event took place at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art on December 1, 2012. Video courtesy Elizabeth A. Sackler Foundation. www.brooklynmuseum.org/eascfa/video/
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Lecture: Dr. Nina Silber on Women and the American Civil War
Dr. Nina Silber, author of Daughters of the Union: Northern Women Fight the Civil War and Gender and the Sectional Conflict, offers a complex account of the activities and attitudes of women in the North during the Civil War, and compares their role to that of women in the Confederacy. Northern women's wartime participation in partisan politics, and their service as active contributors to the war effort, would prove to be crucial starting points for the late-nineteenth-century feminist struggle
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Panel Discussion: Groundswell's Voices Her'd Visionaries
This summer, seventeen teenagers participating in Voices Her'd Visionaries, Groundswell's young women's leadership program, collaborated with artists Nicole Schulman and Leola Bermanzohn to research, design, and fabricate the monumental mural "For Those Who Speak and Those Who Have Yet to Speak." Three of the project participants—Dakota Austin, Jennifer Etienne, and Marinique Mora—will share their experiences in creating the mural, a tribute to the CoMadres of El Salvador, a human rights gro
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Film Screening: Hilde Holger—Her Legacy
The Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art presents Hilde Holger—Her Legacy (2012, dir. Primavera Boman, 60 min.), a documentary on the life of expressionist dancer and choreographer Hilde Holger. After fleeing Nazi Vienna, Holger founded dance schools in both Bombay and London, and pioneered inclusive dance. A discussion between Boman—the filmmaker and Holger's daughter—and journalist Stephanie Genkin will follow. This event took place at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Femini
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Reading: Helène Aylon, Whatever is Contained, Must Be Released
Visual artist Helène Aylon has been breaking ground in how we look at the environment, women's bodies, and spiritual practice since the 1970s. Aylon will read from her new book, Whatever is Contained, Must Be Released: My Jewish Orthodox Girlhood, My Life as a Feminist Artist (Feminist Press) and present slides and video of her work. This event took place at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art on June 9, 2012. Video courtesy Elizabeth A. Sackler Foundation. www.brooklynmuseum.or
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