Adam Osborne was the founder of one of the first specialized personal computer book publishers and inventor of the first real portable (or "luggable") personal computer. He died this week in India, where he had lived, in failing health, for a decade with his sister. He was 64, the same age as my dad, who remains quite healthy, I'm glad to say.
Thursday, March 27, 2003
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