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High Fashion Meets High Tech
November 9, 2005
Anina represents the new European tradition in mobile Internet development. And you'd never guess her day job.
Inventor of the Spreadsheet
November 25, 2005
Dan Bricklin invented the spreadsheet -- personal computing's first killer app -- built and lost the first PC software empire and somehow remains a nice guy filled with ideas.
October 19, 2005
Dan Drake and a roomful of friends put together $59,030 and started Autodesk with a bunch of bad ideas and one that panned-out -- AutoCAD. Sometimes one is enough.
Inventor of the Computer Mouse
December 9, 2005
Doug Engelbart invented computer networks, time sharing, graphical user interfaces, and the mouse--all while driving to work one day in 1951. Really.
Founder, Bridge Communications
April 10, 2006
Judy Estrin's career ranges from founder of Bridge Communications to CTO of Cisco to running Packet Design LLC. Quite the girl geek, eh?
The first Macintosh programmer...ever
September 6, 2005
Andy Hertzfeld, the original Macintosh systems programmer, talks about MacHistory and how he fell in love with Open Source software.
Sun Microsystems Co-founder
September 20, 2005
Bill Joy -- the father of Berkeley UNIX -- explains why he was fired from the International House of Pancakes.
Internet Archive Founder
September 27, 2005
Although Brewster Kahle started and sold companies for big bucks, his true love is capturing the whole Internet at the Internet Archive.
Inventer of TCP/IP
January 30, 2006
Most nerds know Bob Kahn co-wrote TCP/IP; earlier he worked at Bolt Beranek & Newman where he was the primary architect for the Arpanet.
Co-founder of PayPal
September 13, 2005
Max Levchin, best known for co-founding PayPal, explains why he is starting his 5th through 7th companies and the virtues of staying up all night.
Co-founder Intel Capital
October 28, 2005
Avram Miller went from playing jazz piano to building DEC's first PC to starting Intel's venture fund.
Open Source Pioneer
October 4, 2005
Open Source pioneer Tim O'Reilly noticed the free software didn't come with free printed manuals and so a publishing empire was born.
Father of RSS and Web Logging
October 11, 2005
Dave Winer has been in the software industry since the days he worked with Mitch Kapor BEFORE Lotus 1-2-3.
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