|Ted Kaehler was a member of the "original" Smalltalk team
at Xerox PARC from 1974 to 1985 under Alan Kay. He built the OOZE
virtual memory which swapped 64K objects in and out of an 80Kb swapping
space. Besides working on many system methods in early Smalltalks,
Ted built an early painting system, the interface for the TWANG FM
music system, the "explain" feature, and the LOOM virtual
Ted moved to Apple Computer where he worked as a member of the
HyperCard team. Then he contributed to the Vivarium project under
Alan Kay. He worked on the Squeak system from its beginning in 1996
with Apple, later moving with Alan and the group to the Walt Disney
In Squeak, Ted built the garbage collector, the Object Storage
system, the PaintBox, FTP in Squeak, and a bunch of sample EToys.
He is an avid user of Morphic graphics, and works on extending the
Squeak Wiki server. Ted maintains the Squeak homepage at UIUC.