I'm going through a bunch of old paperwork, finally recycling presentations and paperwork from my days working at Intel Supercomputers.
Something I stumbled across that's going on, hmm, thirteen years old come February: a flyer for my presentation on the Mosaic web browser:
I had spent the last part of 1993 playing around with Viola and then Mosaic, excited about the web and the information it opened up. Unfortunately, I was still of the old-guard that believed the Internet should be devoid of commercial interests (advertising then was unofficially disallowed and usually had its bits chased off by the bearded Unix gurus). So I was more focused on the research potential and the potential for our customers (Oooo! Online documentation) than making money.
Looks like the term "HyperMedia" was fashionable back then.
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