• Jan 1, 1943
    (b.) - ?

Bio/Description

During the 1960s, Lampson and others were part of Project GENIE at UC Berkeley. In 1965, several Project GENIE members, specifically Lampson and Peter Deutsch, developed the Berkeley Timesharing System for Scientific Data Systems' SDS 940 computer. Lampson was one of the founding members of Xerox PARC in 1970, where he worked in the Computer Science Laboratory (CSL). His now-famous vision of a personal computer was captured in the 1972 memo entitled "Why Alto?".[1] In 1973, the Xerox Alto, with its three-button mouse and full-page-sized monitor was born, and is now considered to be the first actual personal computer (at least in terms of what has become the 'canonical' GUI mode of operation).
  • Date of Birth:

    Jan 1, 1943
  • Gender:

    Male
  • Noted For:

    Developed the Berkeley Timesharing System for Scientific Data Systems' SDS 940 computer
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