Books on RunRev

miscdas at miscdas at
Sat May 31 14:15:02 EDT 2003

Judy Perry writes: 

> But adopted by some for that very tie-in reason. 
> It would be a shame to for this sort of rationale to result in turning
> Hypercard into the old, fuddy-duddy grandfather we're ashamed of
> ocknowledging in public... 
> :( 
> Judy 
> On Fri, 30 May 2003, J. Landman Gay wrote: 
>> On 5/30/03 11:19 AM, Danny Grizzle wrote: 
>> > I would be careful about tying Revolution too closely to HyperCard.
>> >
>> > HyperCard is Apple-centric, and a failed product. Revolution needs to stand
>> > on its own merit; the HyperCard tie-in will only serve to have it dismissed
>> > out of hand by Windows/Linux/Unix users. 
>> And by some Mac users as well. 
>> --
>> Jacqueline Landman Gay         |     jacque at
Like most things one tries to sell, packaging is used to appeal to target 
markets. So, who is the market? Win/'Nix users? Mac users? All of the above? 
Keeping the target in mind during writing, and especially during the 
marketing phase, will tend to temper the HyperCard tie-in appropriately. 


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