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'''Douglas Engelbart''' is an [[United States|American]] [[Computer Scientist]].
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'''Douglas Engelbart''' is an [[United States|American]] [[computer science|computer scientist]].
 
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Douglas Engelbart is an American computer scientist. Engelbart and Ted Nelson are jointly credited with the invention of hypertext.[1]

References

  1. Theodor H. Nelson (June 1974). Computer Lib/Dream Machines. ISBN 0893470023. Retrieved on 2009-02-21.