Doug Cotton

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Doug Cotton
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Birth Year: 1957
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Nationality: USA
Employer: CMD (1989-2001), Commodore World (chef editor)
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Doug Cotton (born July 8, 1957 in Grand Rapids, Michigan) is a musician, computer programmer and electronics designer best known in the Commodore computer realm for his work with Creative Micro Designs (CMD; 1989-2001).

He was also chief editor of the CMD magazine "Commodore World". In 2001 he leave CMD, because they only developed hardware products for the computer systems PC and Macintosh.

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