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)
Going Places: A History of Surrogate Travel and Google Maps with Street View
June 22, 2012Choose a spot on a map and you are there — immersed in a panoramic view you can move and zoom. Since 2007, Google Maps with Street View has transformed our ideas about going places, from... Read More
October 29, 1969: Happy 40th Birthday to a Radical Idea!
October 28, 2009On the evening of October 29, 1969 the first data travelled between two nodes of the ARPANET, a key ancestor of the Internet. Even more important, this was one of the first big trials of a... Read More