Louis J. Montulli II was born in 1971, and studied at the Southeast High School, Wichita, Kankas. Montulli became a student of the University of Kansas in the late 1980's.
Lou Montulli is one of the pioneers of web browser development: the World Wide Web was launched as a live service in 1991, and the first web browser was designed Tim Berners-Lee - who also invented the World Wide Web. The browser designed by Berners-Lee was a basic greyscale application, and it wasn't long before software developers began to design web browsers. Amongst the first browsers designed for the World Wide Web was Lynx: which was designed by a team of University of Kansas student that included Louis Montulli. Lynx was developed during 1991-1992, and it was developed for the World Wide Web when it's existence was relatively unknown amongst the general public. Montulli was responsible for designing many new innovations for web browsers: such as developing the first web proxy.
Montulli has contributed to the development of HTTP and HTML - key components of the World Wide Web - and has contributed to W3C working groups. Since leaving Netscape in the late 1990's, Montulli has been employed as a software engineer for many prominent websites, such as: Epinions