About: NCSA Mosaic

It wasn’t the first web browser, but NCSA Mosaic was vital in bringing the World Wide Web to the masses. Created by Marc Andreessen and Eric Bina at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


There's a reference to NCSA Mosaic buried somewhere ↓ here:

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

Written by Mr. Bessler on March 15, 1994

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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 »