When Maynard ruled the search world

AltaVista is being lowered into the grave. Kids, go ask your parents about AltaVista - and its founder, Digital Equipment Corp., which turned a sleepy former mill town on the Assabet River into a high-tech mecca.

Meanwhile, Lycos still exists, run out of US headquarters in Waltham.



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