Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Back in the day: In the beginning: The making of the Mac

read at Macworld:
"Technologies such as Ethernet, object-oriented programming and GUI operating systems that accepted input from a mouse all emerged from PARC. Focused more on its copier business than on the emerging computer revolution, Xerox let many of these technologies languish because executives couldn’t understand how to turn them into marketable products."
Erasable paper? Deja Vue all over again?

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