|Alma mater||Leicester Polytechnic|
|Known for||Line Mode Browser|
Nicola Pellow is an English mathematician and information scientist who was one of the nineteen members of the WWW Project at CERN working with Tim Berners-Lee. She joined the project in November 1990, while an undergraduate maths student enrolled on a sandwich course at Leicester Polytechnic (now De Montfort University). Pellow recalled having little experience with programming languages, "... apart from using a bit of Pascal and FORTRAN as part of my degree course."
Almost immediately after Berners-Lee completed the WorldWideWeb web browser for the NeXT platform  Pellow was tasked with creating a browser using her recently acquired skills in the C programming language. The outcome was that she wrote the first generic Line Mode Browser that could run on non-NeXT systems. The WWW team began to improve on her work, creating several experimental versions. Pellow was involved in porting the browser to different types of computers.
- History of the World Wide Web
- Internet pioneers
- Karen Banks – British computer networking pioneer
- Sylvia Wilbur – British computer scientist who worked on the early ARPANET
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- A screenshot from TBL's first web browser
- A view from Nicola Pellow's line mode browser
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- Screenshot of the first Mac web browser
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