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Bricklin: Right. I graduated and worked for a few years, which was important.
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I had worked for DEC Digital Equipment Corporation, a big company. Then I worked for FasFax Corporation, a small company. I got to see the differences and see that small companies were just as exciting and just as cuttingedge. You didn t have to be in a big business, which was an eye-opening thing for me. Then I went to Harvard Business School, which was where I came up with the idea. I saw the need for it. But that was coming off of my experience with word processing and typesetting at DEC. I worked in computerized typesetting at DEC because I like practical stuff. My father and grandfather were printers. Out of typesetting, I got into video editing for typesetting, and out of that, I ended up in the word processing group. I was project leader of the first word processing system that DEC did. So that got me into this whole interactive, screen-based, what-you-see-is-what-you-get type system. When I was at business school, taking the experience of what I had done at MIT with interpreters . . . I worked on the APL system, I worked with Bob on his Basic system; I had done interpreters (in high school I was building interpreters). So the idea of an interpreted language, together with the word processor and you re sitting there in business school running numbers the idea of word processing with numbers to me was a natural thing. The traditional way a lot of people think of spreadsheets is as rows and columns, and it really isn t. It s really a two-dimensional layout of words and numbers. If you look at what we had in all our cases at Harvard Business School, at documents you have in business, you have tables of things, but they re organized in a way that is appropriate to the data, and there s a lot of other text, and the text is just as important as the numbers.
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I took this general layout idea of the word processing and computerized typesetting world, together with the calculating world of APL and Basic and stuff, to the needs of business, where you need to be able to ad hoc throw anything together and make changes. That s where the idea for the spreadsheet came from. Then through business school, I met this publisher, Dan Fylstra, of Personal Software, and his partner, Peter Jennings. Dan was a second-year Harvard MBA student when I first met him. When I started programming, he had graduated and was running this business selling software on cassettes out of his apartment in Allston, Mass. He was looking for new stuff, like a checkbook program. I actually prototyped VisiCalc on one of his machines over one of the vacation weekends. I went to his place and wrote a prototype in Basic. Then we started discussing that they would publish it. As MBAs (both he and his partner were MBAs), they understood the value of this thing. They already had a need listed in their list of things they wanted of financial stuff. And they were looking at other financial forecasting tools, but this also would do checkbooks and other stuff. So they knew they could sell it as that; they knew that they would use it. And we made a deal to produce it. I had already prototyped it and said what it would do, but I didn t have time to program it since I was in school. So, since Bob was out of school, he would program it.
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Livingston: You did it over one weekend When was that Bricklin: The fall of 78. Livingston: You just wanted to see if it would work Bricklin: No, I had been thinking of the idea; I had daydreamed about it. I had
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actually done a prototype on Harvard s computer system that was available to us as students. As part of the prototyping, I came up with what we have today: the A-B-C 1-2-3 type of thing, the columns and rows ways of indicating things; the idea of having a formula on what we call the contents line that tells you what you re pointing to; moving around where you could move the highlight around from cell to cell that whole thing. The idea and some of the prototyping had been done. The actual trying it on a personal computer was written in Basic to see what it would feel like. And then we actually programmed it in assembly language starting the winter of 78/ 79.
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