From: Alex Santos 100MB Neostrada Mail (izabella.misiewiczsantos_at_neostrada.pl)
Date: Fri Mar 04 2005 - 06:38:02 PST
He was the father of the macintosh, no doubt. I mean he is the one who
proposed it to Mark Markulla (spelling?) and he even named it
Macintosh. But of course, I too don't want to diminish the wonderful
contributions made by others to his many paradigms.
On Mar 4, 2005, at 2:31 PM, Brian Pearce wrote:
> I think it's more the case that he shouldn't be referred to as the
> *only* father of the Mac -- that does a great disservice to the other
> people who contributed so much to the finished product.
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