The End of Dreamcard?

Dan Shafer revolutionary.dan at gmail.com
Sat Mar 4 16:40:01 EST 2006


I think you're right, Robert. I seem to recall writing a piece on
interactive fiction in that time frame and interviewing Appleton for it. My
memory is a bit fuzzy but I think he did have a scripting language of sorts
in that quit-delightful tool.

On 3/4/06, Robert Brenstein <rjb at robelko.com> wrote:
>
> >Andre Garzia wrote:
> >>
> >>On Mar 4, 2006, at 5:31 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
> >>
> >>>Which multimedia authoring tool had a scripting language and premiered
> >>>at the Boston expo the year before HC was released?
> >>
> >>Was it Director known as VideoWorks first??? did I won? Gee, I was
> >>only seven years old! :-D
> >
> >Good guess, but Director/Videoworks didn't add a scripting language
> >until after HC was released.
> >
> >Hint: the developer's first name was Bill, and his last name started
> >with an "A", but it wasn't "Atkinson".
> >
> >--
> >  Richard Gaskin
> >  Managing Editor, revJournal
>
>
> Would you mean World Builder by Bill Appleton (Silicon Beach Software)?
>
> Robert
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