Tens of thousands of peaceful Hungarians marched again in the streets and on the bridges of Budapest on Tuesday—continuing the demonstration against the proposed internet tax.
There was something strange in the air in Budapest on Sunday evening. Mostly, it was computer parts and outdated peripherals—flying through the closed windows of the headquarters of the ruling political party, called Fidesz.
On December 9th, 1968, Douglas C. Engelbart—along with 17 researchers from Stanford—gave a 90-minute live public demonstration of the technology they'd been working on for the previous 6 years. It changed the face of technology—and you can watch it in full here.