@jaycie Oh yeah? Was it, like, a multiple choice kinda thing?
The Library of Congress blogged about HyperCard. Yes, please. https://blogs.loc.gov/thesignal/2021/07/all-hyped-up-for-hypercard-further-adventures-with-an-apple-legacy-format/
@m455 Is that the one with, like, fifty columns like Tweetdeck?
Ban Time Travel “Now” (web button, unknown author, published on Geocities ca late 1990s or early 2000s) https://anlucas.neocities.org/88x31Buttons.html
I love this drawing of a computer by A. Katsube in this 1994 newsletter! (Flanker no. 9, 1994) https://www.prop.or.jp/flanker-new/09/pdf/f0901-09.pdf
Loving the incredibly charming over-the-topness of this 3D book viewer which recreates a book in 3D inside a 3D Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library with its own book pedestal, magifying glass, etc. http://sites.utm.utoronto.ca/gillespie/content/prototype-3d-book-viewer
@dltj At least so far they seem really into our houseplant.
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