Aldus Corporation, named after the 15th-century Venetian printer Aldus Manutius, was the inventor of the groundbreaking PageMaker software, a program that is generally credited with creating the desktop publishing (DTP) field. The company was founded by Jeremy Jaech, Mark Sundstrom, Mike Templeman, Dave Walter, and chairman Paul Brainerd. Aldus Corporation was based in Seattle, Washington.
|Mar 17, 2000||ZD Net - Desktop publishing perestroika|
|Dec 31, 1997||Fast Company - Ways to Give Back|
|Aug 24, 1994||New York Times (NYT) - BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY; Aldus and Adobe Lay Claim to Digital Publishing|