John Seybold dies at 88

John Seybold dies at 88. The New York Times reported this morning that John Seybold, the computerized typesetting pioneer, died this past Sunday. He was a very important figure in the world of using text on computers. He was “the” consultant for years, and even now his children, Andrew, Jonathan, and Patricia, continue to be influential consultants. But, more importantly, he was involved in computerized typesetting from early on, and was an advocate by doing. [Dan Bricklin's Log]

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