[WEB4LIB] Re: Please help SLJ: Milestones in Library Technology

Steve Foote sfoote at y-dna.com
Tue Oct 5 19:38:55 EDT 1999

It certainly wasn't the first, but maybe it was farily early:
  Emory University Health Sciences Center Library
first appeared on April 12, 1994.

   Steve Foote
   y-DNA, inc.
   Atlanta GA USA

On Tue, 5 Oct 1999, Dan Lester wrote:

> At 09:00 AM 10/5/99 -0700, Minkel, Walter (Cahners -NYC) wrote:
> >* What library was the first to have a Web site, with date?
> Boise State University Library had a website in the spring of 1994, 
> probably March.  I started the university website on November 1 of that 
> year.  I don't claim it to be the first library website, but fairly 
> early.  It ran under Windows 3.1 on my desktop on a 486, 24/7, and was able 
> to easily handle the load in those days.  o-)
> For another perspective on those "olden days" check out
> http://lester.boisestate.edu/getting.the.best.toys.htm
> cheers
> dan
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