revdan at danshafer.com
Thu Jul 29 23:05:26 CDT 2004
On Jul 29, 2004, at 5:17 PM, Jim Carwardine wrote:
> Wasn't Netscape originally written in HyperCard also? Jim
Netscape was never a HyperCard project, though I think the UI was
prototyped in HyperSomething.
> on 7/29/04 6:49 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
>> Derek Bump wrote:
>>>> So my opinion is that the web should have been based on
>>>> HyperCard-like (Rev-like) platform, NOT HTML, in the
>>>> very first place.
>>> Isn't this pretty much what AOL and CompuServe were like?
>>> I never got a chance to use the old versions, but I do
>>> remember the screenshots and they always reminded me of
>> And vice versa: Since part of the motivation for making RevNet was to
>> show how trivial it can be to write a custom variant of AOL, I
>> the window dimenensions and a few layout elements directly from them.
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