Marc Weber

Marc Weber

Internet History Curator at Computer History Museum

Marc Weber is Curatorial Director of the Internet History Program (computerhistory.org/nethistory) at the Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley. He established Web history as a topic starting in 1995 with help from Sir Tim Berners-Lee and other online pioneers, and co-founded two of the first organizations in the field. He developed most of the Museum’s galleries and exhibits on connected topics, including the Mobile, Web, and Networking galleries for the permanent exhibition “Revolution.”
Weber speaks and publishes widely and consults to companies, journalists, filmmakers and museums on the history of the online world. He has been interviewed on Web history topics by major media from the BBC and NPR to Wired. He is co-Chair of the W3C Web History Community Group and serves on the editorial board of Internet Histories. He has consulted on technology topics since 1987, in Silicon Valley and near Geneva, Switzerland. He holds bachelors degrees in Neurobiology and in Creative Writing (with Honors) from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

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