The Internet vs Interactive TV—The 1990s battle for the new consumer network we all forgot about

A look back to 1994 when Silicon Graphics founder Jim Clark and 22 year old Mark Andreessen bet on the Internet while Bill Gates and Larry Ellison tried to pioneer two-way cable—From June 1994 issue of Red Herring magazine

28 years ago today — Jim Clark and Marc Andreessen bet all their marbles on the Internet by building the first commercial Web browse called Netscape.
The Red Herring was founded in 1993 by Anthony Perkins and Chris Alden and chronicled the commercialization of the Internet from the streets of Silicon Valley like no other publication of that era.

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