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Xerox PARC: 50 years of innovation

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Its goal is to eventually replace existing character encoding schemes with Unicode and its standard Unicode Transformation Format (UTF). Image by Michael Schwarzenberger from Pixabay DataGlyphs Encoding formats for marking things and generating machine-readable links include the familiar ...

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Xerox PARC: 50 years of innovation

Xerox PARC: 50 years of innovation

Its goal is to eventually replace existing character encoding schemes with Unicode and its standard Unicode Transformation Format (UTF). Image by Michael Schwarzenberger from Pixabay ...

The 50-year old Silicon Valley lab that practically invented modern computing

The 50-year old Silicon Valley lab that practically invented modern computing

Xerox PARC, the legendary Silicon Valley R&D lab, turns 50 years old in 2020. Here's what it's brought to the world of computing, and what it's up to today.

A personal history of modeless text editing and cut/copy-paste

A personal history of modeless text editing and cut/copy-paste

Larry Tester’s vision of interaction design process has inspired many designers, developers, and researchers. His leadership in early graphical user interface successes led to his...

Robert Taylor (computer scientist)

Robert Taylor (computer scientist)

He was director of ARPA's Information Processing Techniques Office from 1965 through 1969, founder and later manager of Xerox PARC's Computer Science Laboratory from 1970 through 1983, and ...

Charles P. (Chuck) Thacker

Charles P. (Chuck) Thacker

For the pioneering design and realization of the first modern personal computer -- the Alto at Xerox PARC -- and seminal inventions and contributions to local area networks (including the ...

Lawrence Tesler, Who Made Personal Computing Easier, Dies at 74

Lawrence Tesler, Who Made Personal Computing Easier, Dies at 74

When you’re cutting and pasting, dragging the cursor over selected text and performing other common computer tasks, you can thank him.

Tuesday, May 12

Tuesday, May 12

BayCHI may publish audio or video recordings or photographs of BayCHI program meetings. He left Xerox for Apple in 1980, where he headed projects involving user interface, object-oriented ...

Twenty-five ways in which MIT has transformed computing

Twenty-five ways in which MIT has transformed computing

From digital circuits to ingestible robots, the Institute has helped spearhead key innovations in the technology revolution.