In this oral history Mark P. McCahill, Assistant Director of Academic and Distributed Computing Services at the University of Minnesota, recounts his role as leader of the team that created the popular client/server Gopher software for organizing and sharing information on the Internet. McCahill also describes his work in the development of Pop Mail, Gopher VR, Forms Nirvana, the Electronic Grants Management System, and the University of Minnesota Portal.
Mark P. McCahill, OH 328. Oral history interview by Philip L. Frana, 13 September 2001, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. http://purl.umn.edu/107471
Transcript, 27 pp.
McCahill, Mark P..
Oral History Interview with Mark P. McCahill.
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