ABOUT MARC WEBER
Marc is Curatorial Director of CHM’s Internet History Program and developed the Web, Networking, and Mobile galleries of the Museum's permanent exhibit. He pioneered Web history as a topic starting in 1995, with crucial help from the Web's main inventor Sir Tim Berners Lee and other pioneers. He co-founded two of the first organizations in the field. He presents and consults to companies, journalists, filmmakers, patent firms, and museums on the history of the online world.
MARC WEBER ARTICLES (20)
Born in a Van: Happy 40th Birthday to the Internet!
November 22, 201740 years ago today, the Internet protocols we use today were born in an unmarked silver van cruising the rainy streets of the San Francisco Bay Area, filled with futuristic equipment and shaggy hackers.... ... Read More
What Do Anniversaries Mean? Internet Protocols at 40
April 10, 2015Most technologies get invented several times, and computer networking and the Web are no exceptions. What do we really celebrate when we mark anniversaries, like 40 years of Internet Protocols or 25 years of the World... Read More
MediaView: The nearly forgotten NeXT program that helped save the Open Web
September 12, 2013If Steve Jobs hadn’t gotten kicked out of Apple in 1985, the Web might look very different today. But not for the reasons most people might think. Angry and deeply hurt, the arrogant, hard-to-control young entrepreneur... Read More