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> Many of those former Engelbart prot s are now leaders of their own research teams The website I'm reading it on removed all the characters with accents, so no there's "prot s". I assume it stands for something like "colleague" but I can't figure out the word itself. Does anyone have a clue? It could be "protégés", but no clue why "g" would be removed.


Ah, nice, thanks! I should've thought of looking in the PDF...

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Ah, just found that this book is already on my read list. :) It was also highly recommended by David Nolen.