Computer pioneer Doug Engelbart of Atherton dies at 88
Douglas Engelbart, shown here holding a computer mouse, his groundbreaking invention, died July 2 at his Atherton home at the age of 88. Along with the mouse, Mr. Engelbart is credited with the concepts of hyperlinks and point-and-click. The team he led at SRI in the 1960s developed real-time text editing, integration of text and graphics in the same document, on-line journals, split-screen teleconferencing. Photo by Louis Fabian Bachrach, Courtesy of the Computer History Museum

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