NSF and the Birth of the Internet 1990s: The Tools to Untangle the Web

As more and more people and sites came online, the amount of information online grew tremendously. How would people navigate this new and chaotic place? NSF supported several projects to help untangle the web. Eric Bina, a former researcher at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) talks about one of the first – Mosaic - a breakthrough web browser that was the forerunner of virtually all modern browsers.

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