alphadogg writes: The Computer History Museum on Monday announced its Class of 2013 includes Ed Catmull, a computer scientist and Pixar co-founder, along with two PC pioneers: Harry Huskey (creator of the G15, called by some the first PC) and Robert W. Taylor (leader at ARPA & Xerox PARC). These accomplished technology industry professionals will be inducted into the museum's Hall of Fellows http://www.computerhistory.org/fellowawards/current/ on April 27 in Mountain View. While their names might not be household ones, they join a roster of technology bigwigs from Web creator Tim Berners-Lee to Internet pioneer Vinton Cerf and Ethernet inventor Bob Metcalfe.
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