If you had a Mac in the late 80s/early 90s you probably remember HyperCard, the interactive hypertext application that spawned a seemingly infinite number of stacks on just about everything. What you may not realized is that HyperCard also inspired the WWW and the early browsers.
As I mentioned before in a post about a new no-code web authoring tool, Apple already had one that they just let die. HyperCard was far more powerful than many people realized (just look at the tools built with in the sidebar on the Ars Technica article) and I believe there’s a real need for such tools today. Had Apple continued development on it, HyperCard could easily have been that tool.
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