Who owns old icons?
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sun Aug 3 05:31:56 EDT 2008
That's not true. Apple declared HyperCard dead. They deliberately took
their HyperCard website off-line and the general director of Apple
Europe told me Apple would never ever invest in HyperCard again and
apparently they wouldn't even consider buying stamps to ship any
remaining inventory to Europe.
I haven't seen that list lately, but I guess AppleWorks for Apple IIGS
is still on it too.
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On 3 aug 2008, at 11:08, Kay C Lan wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 4:16 PM, Richmond Mathewson <geradamas at yahoo.com
> Don't know what the true legal status is, but what I can confirm is
> that the
> last time I registered software with Apple, 10.5, HyperCard was
> still listed
> as a product that could be registered. So although HC may be old, my
> impression is Apple feel that although it isn't moving, it ain't dead.
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