NCSA 30 | 1993 January
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January 1993

NCSA Mosaic

NCSA Mosaic is released

People had created Web browsers before. In fact Tim Berners-Lee, who first conceived of the World Wide Web while working at CERN, built a rudimentary one himself in 1990. Prior to anyone at NCSA putting down a line of code, researchers in Palo Alto and Berkeley and Helsinki were circulating their own versions, frequently with melodious names like Viola and Cello. NCSA Mosaic broke out in...

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