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She flows like a river of bass vibration

She flows like a river of bass vibration at the DNA Lounge. Jamie Zawinski, former programmer for Netscape and former contributor to the Mozilla project, has owned his own nightclub for some time. This pearl of the SF night scene also sports webcasts both audio and visual to go with its ubersexy public internet kiosks that run Linux.
posted by moz on Oct 22, 2001 - 14 comments

Through a random series of events, Jamie Zawinski (oooh, I'm such a name dropper :) sent me some very old archives of the Mosaic/Netscape sites and their beta browsers. Chuck Lau, the originator of the Netscape Museum has cleaned up some of them and has just put October 1994's entire mcom.com site online. Chuck's working on getting the others online (there's at least 5 or 6 more archives of the site at different points in 1994 and early 1995), and will also be putting up a page linking to an archive of the very oldest of Netscape/Mosaic's browsers. The browsers are currently sitting in dissarray on my workstation here. I tried out Mosaic 0.4 beta on my windows machine, about the only site that worked in it was Yahoo's.
posted by mathowie on Feb 28, 2000 - 6 comments

Code Rush

Mark your calendars: PBS is running a special called "Code Rush" in late March, about the hectic coding schedules that Netscape employees like Jaime Zawinski coped with in early 1998. It sounds like it's going to be good and will probably be similar to other stories about the formation of Netscape.
posted by mathowie on Feb 10, 2000 - 2 comments

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