Thursday, 13 October 2011

Before Netscape the forgotten Web browsers of the early 1990s

Does anybody remember Erwise? Viola? Cello? Twenty-one years ago Web founder Tim Berners-Lee released the libWWW code library that allowed developers around the world to build their own experimental Web browsers.

With the Computer History Museum's release of a map of that global project, we can trace the collaborative process which led to Mosaic, Netscape, and the modern World Wide Web.


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