The American computer pioneer often known simply as "Lick" imagined many of the concepts that are now core to the way we use and interact with technology. He provided both ideas and funding for graphical computing, point-and-click interfaces, digital libraries and banking or shopping online. From IBM to the US military's advanced research agency (DARPA) and MIT, his vision in the 1960s ultimately inspired the Internet and even parts of Unix. Here's what you may not know about J.C.R Licklider, pioneer of cybernetics, psychoacoustics and artificial intelligence.