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March 10, 2004

Xerox PARC Founder George Pake (1924 - 2004)

Posted by Ernest Miller

George Pake, scientist and founder of Xerox PARC, has died (PARC founder George Pake dies):

Pake led the research lab from its inception in 1970 until 1978, then moved on to oversee Xerox's corporate research from 1978 until 1986. PARC helped pioneer research into many key technologies, including laser printing, Ethernet, graphical user interfaces and client-server computing.

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1. rablerouser on April 26, 2004 04:34 PM writes...

. . . and I thought Doogie Howser was smart! I guess all that time travel taxes the body. Too bad he was never old enough to drink.

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2. Ernest Miller on April 26, 2004 05:07 PM writes...

Heh. Good catch. The above comment refers to the fact that the original headline for this article had George Pake (1984-2004).

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3. Ernest Miller on April 26, 2004 05:07 PM writes...

PS, if he could travel back in time, he could travel back to when it was legal for those younger than 21 to drink.

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