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[[George McFly]] owned a [[floppy disk]] containing the Logo language for his [[MSX]] clone, the [[Nemotech MPX 125]], in an [[1986G|alternate 1986]] that was run as a police state by [[Emmett Brown|First]] and [[Edna Strickland|Second Citizen Brown]].
 
[[George McFly]] owned a [[floppy disk]] containing the Logo language for his [[MSX]] clone, the [[Nemotech MPX 125]], in an [[1986G|alternate 1986]] that was run as a police state by [[Emmett Brown|First]] and [[Edna Strickland|Second Citizen Brown]].
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==Appearances==
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*''[[Back to the Future: The Game]]''
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**[[Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 3: Citizen Brown|Episode 3: "Citizen Brown"]]
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**[[Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 4: Double Visions|Episode 4: "Double Visions"]]
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*{{WP|Wally Feurzeig}}
 
*{{WP|Wally Feurzeig}}
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[[Category:Historical figures]]
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[[Category:1967]]

Latest revision as of 19:31, 28 April 2018

Wally Feurzeig
Biographical information
Date of birthJune 10, 1927
Age (1955)28
Age (1985)58
Physical description
GenderMale
Behind-the-scenes information
  [Source]

Wallace "Wally" Feurzeig (born June 10, 1927, died January 4, 2013) was a programmer and a researcher of artificial intelligence.

Together with Seymour Papert and Cynthia Solomon, he designed the Logo programming language in 1967.

George McFly owned a floppy disk containing the Logo language for his MSX clone, the Nemotech MPX 125, in an alternate 1986 that was run as a police state by First and Second Citizen Brown.

Appearances

See also

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