Phi Beta Iota: Doug was given $10,000 for his invention of the mouse, by SRI, under the terms by which he was employed. SRI turned around and sold the mouse patent to Logicon for $80,000. Doug was never about money — he was about enhancing human performance and computer-aided cognition, not the replacement of humans with computers. High performance organizations are always, without exception, rooted in high performance humans. Computers still provide a negative return on investment 95% or more of the time, because computers make bad management worse — we are still bogged down in the T, have no clue how to get to the I, and keep on pretending, which is a disservice to the public. OSE/M4IS2 is the greatest tribute we could offer Doug Engelbart.