sabato, ottobre 16, 2004

Operazione Nostalgia

Development of Mosaic began in December 1992.
NCSA Mosaic was originally designed and programmed for the X Window System by Marc Andreessen and Eric Bina at NCSA. Version 1.0 was released on April 22, 1993, followed by two maintenance releases during summer 1993. Version 2.0 was released in December 1993, along with version 1.0 releases for both the Apple Macintosh and Microsoft Windows. An Acorn Archimedes port was underway in May 1994.
The leader of the team that developed it, Marc Andreesen left NCSA-UIUC (University of Illinois) and with Jim Clark, one of the founders of Silicon Graphics, Inc. (SGI) along with four other former students and staff of the university and started Mosaic Communications Corporation which became Netscape Communications Corporation, producing Netscape Navigator.
Spyglass, Inc. licensed the technology and trademarks from NCSA for producing their own web browser but never used any of the NCSA Mosaic source code. Spyglass Mosaic was later licensed by Microsoft, and it was modified and renamed Internet Explorer.
Vedi di seguito: Spyglass, ovvero da dove viene Internet Explorer

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