His work is the very foundation of personal computing and the Internet. His vision was to solve humanity’s most important problems by using computers to improve communication and collaboration. He was world famous for his invention of the computer mouse and the origins of interactive computing. His work at SRI, then called the Stanford Research Institute, resulted in 21 patents. The last one, granted in 1970, was for the mouse. “I don’t know why we call it a mouse,” he said, except, it resembled a rodent, with its cord as a tail.
Manohar Bhattarai (मनोहर भट्टराई)
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