Hypercard: the missing link to the web
bobs at twft.com
Thu May 31 12:29:29 EDT 2012
You know, advertising for Livecode should really focus on informing the old Hypercard community that Hyper Programming is not gone forever, that it lives on in Livecode. There seems to be a LOT of people mourning "the good ol' days" of Hypercard, who are completely oblivious of Livecode. Posting to a blog is ok, but who out of all the initial readers is actually following that post? Probably not a lot. And who reads through all the replies before posting themselves? Far less still. I'd say almost no one.
I put in a good word there, but RR really needs to put a little more effort in running ads targeted at old HC, SC and MC devs.
On May 31, 2012, at 9:06 AM, Peter M. Brigham, MD wrote:
> On May 31, 2012, at 8:44 AM, René Micout wrote:
>> under name "pmbrig " ?
> Yes, I just posted something on this forum mentioning LC. So did Lynn Fredericks.
> -- Peter
> Peter M. Brigham
> pmbrig at gmail.com
>> Le 31 mai 2012 à 13:15, Bernard Devlin a écrit :
>>> It might be useful if some of you who can compare Hypercard and
>>> Livecode posted a comment to the article showing that the grandchild
>>> of Hypercard is alive and well. I've left a comment on the aggregating
>>> site that led me to the Ars Technica article, so don't want to be
>>> accused of spamming by writing on both of them. I never even knew
>>> about Hypercard until I found Runrev.
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