Sep 12th 2016
Hosted by Leo Laporte
Mark McCahill, creator of POPmail, The Internet Gopher Protocol, and Pixeleen Mistral
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Guests: Mark McCahill
Mark McCahill is an American programmer who has been involved in developing and popularizing a number of Internet technologies since the late 1980s. Mark is best known for helping create the first popular Internet e-mail clients, POPmail, for the Macintosh (and later the PC). He also developed the gopher protocol, as well as coined the phrase "surfing the web".
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- Wikipedia: Mark McCahill
- The Rise and Fall of the Gopher Protocol
- Gopher Browser
- The Internet Gopher Protocol - Internet Engineering Task Force
- The New GopherVR: A Virtual Reality Interface to Gopherspace
- The Alphaville Herald
- Pixeleen Mistral
- Second Thoughts: Who Is Pixeleen Mistral...Really?
- Planet Croquet