Mosaic Blows Out 10 Candles

“Mosaic wasn’t the Web’s first browser. It wasn’t even, as it’s so often been described, the first browser to sport a graphical user interface. Tim Berners-Lee’s “WorldWideWeb” was the first graphical point-and-click browser, followed by Pei Wei’s Viola browser.|But for most people, Mosaic was the easiest browser to use. It installed easily, and allowed people to effortlessly surf the World Wide Web, which had been conceived of and developed by Berners-Lee in 1991.” Michelle DelioMosaic Blows Out 10 CandlesWired)