This Day in History
May 29, 1985
Eastman Kodak Co. introduces electronic publishing system
The Eastman Kodak Co. introduced an electronic publishing system called Ektaprint Electronic Publishing System, designed to allow companies to edit, print, and update text and graphics for publications. The $50,000 system included parts designed by Sun Microsystems Inc., Canon Inc., and Interleaf Inc. in an early version of what now is available to any computer user for a few hundred dollars.