Ray Borril


Ray Borril

Ray Borril was founder of The Data Domain, a retail computer store in Bloomington, Indiana, and vice-president of itty bitty machine company retail computer store. 1977-1980. These stores have their place in computer history as they are 2 of the first computer stores to sell the Apple I computer. The dealer arrangement was made by Steve Jobs. The Data Domain is also believed to be the first to ever use the phrase "Personal Computer" commercially.

External links

* [http://www.applefritter.com/node/9626 Interview with Ray Borril, History of itty bitty machine company]
* [http://www.bloomingpedia.org/wiki/The_Data_Domain The Data Domain article on Bloomingpedia]


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  • Itty bitty machine company — Itty bitty machine company, or ibm , was a small computer retail store operating from 1977 to 1980 in Evanston, Illinois, United States. Ted Nelson, Ray Borril, and Jim Banish founded the company. Itty bitty machine company was one of the first… …   Wikipedia


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