Robert Taylor, innovator who shaped modern computing, dies at 85
from The New York Times
Like many inventions, the internet was the work of countless hands. But perhaps no one deserves more credit for that world-changing technological leap than Robert W. Taylor, who died on Thursday at 85 at his home in Woodside, California. Indeed, few people were as instrumental in shaping the modern computer-connected world as he.
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