As we race towards Opera 12 with Hardware Acceleration, WebGL and all manner of shiny things it's cool to take a look back. When I wrote The evolution of the Modern Web, I was quickly corrected when trying to give Mosaic credit for being first. This time around Ars Technica posted an extensive article talking about the forgotten browsers of the 90's.
Starting with the original World Wide Web browser by Tim Berners-Lee, they give you a rundown on most of the early day browsers. If you got in a time machine and had to choose your 1993 browser, what browser would you choose? Would you stay classy with the Cern browser or would platform issues force you to another browser? Find your favorite in the Ars Technica article!