Lee Felsenstein is an electronic design engineer who was a participant in the early development of personal computers. Two of his designs (the Sol-20 and the Osborne-1) are on display in the Smithsonian, as is the story of the Homebrew Computer Club, which he chaired and where open architecture was developed. Most recently, Lee was a senior researcher at Interval Research Corporation in Palo Alto, participating in long-range projects to re-invent the information infrastructure. Mr. Felsenstein lives in Palo Alto, CA. He holds several patents and in 1994 received a Pioneer of the Electronic Frontier Award from the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
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