Friday, July 15, 2005

The birth of the Web: An oral history

Picture a world without Google, without eBay or Amazon or broadband, where few people have even heard of IPOs. That was reality just a decade ago. The company that changed it—bringing us into the Internet age—was a brilliant flash in the pan called Netscape. For the tenth anniversary of its IPO, FORTUNE recruited dozens of players to tell the story of the startup in their own words...

Thus begins this wonderful (but loooong) report in Fortune by Adam Lashinsky. [Link via Slashdot].