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But most importantly…
You are a member of an audience that is tens of thousands strong and growing every day. You are one of the people who has shared the show with others, who has contributed with ideas, suggestions and corrections. You are absolutely a friend of mine. You are a gentle(man/woman/other) and a scholar. Actually, I mean that literally. We’re all hopefully contributing to recording and preserving the history of this industry that does such a bad job of recognizing or maintaining its own history. And really, the point of this is to examine the impact that the revolution of technology has had on all of our lives.
I thank you, profoundly and humbly.
And Winston thanks you too.
Just at the time I was looking for some answers to where the web had been and where it was going, I found your podcast. Seriously sir, you saved the life of my curiosity. I have glommed on to your words and ideas as THE definitive answer to the first part of that question. Your production is AWESOME and I honestly think the world is a better place because of it. Rock on Brian.
I left a donation as a compliment for the amazing amount of time you have put in these beautiful podcasts! I do this also but mostly in dutch l. your insides and research is amazing!
Thank you so much!
Thank you for producing such a fascinating and high quality podcast. I’d just started working as a software developer in the 90’s and remember the excitement we all felt the first time we used Mosaic. Your podcasts bring it all back, and it’s great to be able to hear the developers talk about those times. I’ve listened to about 10 episodes so far, and there hasn’t been a dull moment. Keep up the great work. (And please accept a monthly donation as a small token of appreciation.)
Mark, thank you for your kind words, and your generous donation. My goal is to keep these records available for posterity. Your support certainly helps with that.
Thank you for your insight. I am a middle school teacher and had my students each research one of these early internet adopters. It was a challenge, since most of these people tend to operate behind the scenes. I am glad you piqued my interest.
Well thank you! Glad this could be helpful!