Computer history

Gary Starkweather, who defied his corporate boss to invent the laser printer, a revolutionary development that made it possible to print images and text directly from computer terminals in homes and offices, died Dec. 26 at a hospital in Orlando. He was 81. Read full story here.

Starkweather did an oral history for the Computer History Museum in California. Search for “oral history” to watch videos of their collection.

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