• 1949 June 14
    (b.) - ?


Frankston has received numerous honors and awards for his work: Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (1994) "for the invention of VisiCalc, a new metaphor for data manipulation that galvanized the personal computing industry", MIT William L. Stewart Award for co-founding the M.I.T. Student Information Processing Board. The Association for Computing Machinery Software System Award (1985),The MIT LCS Industrial Achievement Award, The Washington Award (2001) from the Western Society of Engineers (with Bricklin), Fellow of the Computer History Museum.