GRIPHOS (General Retrieval and Information Processor for Humanities Oriented Studies) is a historically important precursor to the Museum Computer Network. Designed by Dr. Jack Heller and debuting in 1967, GRIPHOS was a suite of programs that enabled museums to store, retrieve and apply textual markup to their records.
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Author(s): Dr. Jack Heller
Created: Feb 04, 2013
Last Updated: Oct 21, 2013
|1960s, American, Legacy, Metadata|