Adobe Co-Founder Charles Geschke, Pioneer of Desktop Publishing and PD...
Adobe Co-Founder Charles Geschke, Pioneer of Desktop Publishing and PDFs, Dies at Age 81 - The Wall Street Journal
Computer scientist teamed up with John Warnock at Xerox and formed a firm that rendered traditional printing equipment obsolete
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