Happy 25th Birthday AOL | John C. Dvorak | PCMag.com
May 25, 2010 Leave a comment
Not quite John, Mosaic was developed on Sun’s Solaris based workstations as well as Windows and Macs. In fact it ran best on Sun’s Solaris, and to get Windows and Macs on an IP network was a pain since there was no ‘official’ IP stack on those machines for a while as I recall.
Happy 25th Birthday AOL | John C. Dvorak | PCMag.com: “The Web grew parallel to AOL beginning in 1993, with the invention of the Mosaic browser, a Macintosh-based software program that offered Apple the opportunity to pretty much ‘own’ the Internet. Apple dropped the ball. “