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    Etc.: CNET: Computing legend Douglas Engelbart dies at 88
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Thursday, July 04, 2013



    Douglas Engelbart – whose work was behind such computing mainstays as the mouse, graphical user interfaces, and hyperlinks – has died at 88.

    In an e-mail, Engelbart's daughter Christina said he had passed away peacefully in his sleep Tuesday night.

    The mouse that roared: The mouse Engelbart and English created at SRI in 1968.
    (Credit: Stanford Research Institute)

    Among techies, Engelbart is perhaps best known for what tech writer Steven Levy once called "the mother of all demos."


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