An Internet Pioneer of the 90’s Looks to a Future in Software

NY Times: (just thought this was an interesting story FYI) For some reason, popular waves of computer technology tend to be personified. The personal computer era had two faces: Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. In its boom years, the Internet, despite being decentralized technology with countless contributors, had a leading man: Marc Andreessen, co-founder of Netscape Communications, who wrote code and became rich, the first of the young Internet millionaires, smiling from the cover of Time magazine at 24, barefoot and wearing shorts. (full story)

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