Many Cards Versus One Card and a List Field

Joe Lewis Wilkins pepetoo at
Tue Jan 15 21:33:26 EST 2008

Well, at least I'm the first to let me know I was wrong. Appears they  
changed it in 1995 to 20 years as JD said earlier; and it had been  
changed from 14 to 17 years sometime even earlier. You know about  
"old coots". (smile)
Joe Wilkins

> On Jan 15, 2008, at 5:45 PM, Joe Lewis Wilkins wrote:

>> I believe patents are limited to 14 years, but something like this  
>> is probably more of a copyright issue; copyrights are good for 28  
>> years and renewable for two additional 28 year periods for a total  
>> of 84 years. Of course, I've been wrong before. (sheepish grin)
>> Joe Wilkins

> On Jan 16, 2008 10:06 AM, Richard Gaskin  
> <ambassador at> wrote:
>> Cool.  Let us know what Apples says when you write to ask them for  
>> the
>> code. ;)
> I had to smile two days ago, I was on the Apple site registering some
> software and noticed that HyperCard is listed there; so I guess  
> Apple think
> it very much alive and theirs.
> I wasn't on the net when I got HC and I'm sure I wouldn't have  
> bothered
> posting international to register, so I'm thinking, I might just  
> log in and
> register my copy of HC;-)
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