About: Marc Andreessen

Marc Andreessen led the team at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) that created Mosaic—the first popular web browser. He also was a co-founder of Netscape.

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Dude, have ya heard of this “World Wide Web” thing?

Written by Mr. Bessler on March 15, 1994


I was talking to this KMFDM-freak in the Quad last night and he wouldn’t shut-up about this program called Mosaic that uses his Baud modem to “browse” something he called the “World Wide Web”. Not sure how useful it’s going be, but he seemed super-excited about it. Read more »