johnjohnston
johnjohnston
HyperCard Packaging, with floppy disks sitting in slots and Bascis booklet.

Nostalgia. Recently I’ve seen teacher’s “apps” created with PowerPoint or Keynote I wonder what we could do with HyperTalk in Keynote?

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JohnBrady
JohnBrady

@johnjohnston I've said it a few times here: I still miss HyperCard, and think it's shameful that it was shut down. If they'd continued work on it up till today, imagine how useful it would be. When I'm in a cynical mood, I wonder if the Apple wizards feared that it allowed regular people to do too much of their own programming.

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numericcitizen
numericcitizen

@johnjohnston Oh, this bring so much good memories.. I was studying computer sciences at that time and HyperCard was such a strange and unexpected revelation. I did so many projects with this! numericcitizen.me/30-years-...

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