University of McGill student Alan Emtage develops the first search engine for the Internet in 1990. The search engine is called Archie and is designed to search and archive documents available on the Internet. A year later, Paul Lindner and Mark McCahill develop another search application called Gopher at the University of Minnesota by . These two early search programs are the precursors of today’s Internet search engines.
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