Robert Reid underscores this importance stating, "while still an undergraduate, Marc wrote the Mosaic software ...that made the web popularly relevant and touched off the revolution". to rectify many of the shortcomings of the very primitive prototypes then floating around the Internet.The adjective phenomenal, so often overused in this industry, is genuinely applicable to the...
Mosaic is not the most direct way to find online information. It is merely the most pleasurable way, and in the 18 months since it was released, Mosaic has incited a rush of excitement and commercial energy unprecedented in the history of the Net.
Mosaic was the web browser that led to the Internet boom of the 1990s.
The licensing terms for NCSA Mosaic were generous for a proprietary software program.
In general, non-commercial use was free of charge for all versions (with certain limitations).
Web browsers were the first to bring a graphical interface to search tools the Internet's burgeoning wealth of distributed information services.