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Robert Cook (programmer)

Robert Cook is a co-founder of Metaweb.[1] [2] He was a software programmer at Brøderbund in the 1980s and was the model for one of the characters in Jordan Mechner's game Prince of Persia. He designed and created the computer game D/Generation and was technical director for the computer game The Last Express.[3]

References

  1. ^ Markoff, John (2007-03-09). "Start-Up Aims for Database to Automate Web Searching".  
  2. ^ "Sharing what matters".  
  3. ^ "Biography of Robert Cook".  

External links

  • Interview with Robert Cook at IT Conversations
  • U.S. Patent 6,061,462 "Digital cartoon and animation process"


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