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More than telling groundbreaking stories, the first edition of Marble Springs used HyperCard and predated the web.
Part of the strategy is to leverage this and other pet drugs, Hypercard and Vetoryl, into Europe.
The Apple HyperCard platform was selected since it offered the best hyperlinking and multimedia capabilities in the late 1980s.
At educational computing conferences in the 1980s, enthusiasts pointed out that a prototype application of Brown University's Intermedia software (sadly, an example of visionary academic development which was left in the dust when a commercial counterpart, Hypercard, appeared) had no predetermined starting point and offered no preferred path through the massive quantities of text and images which it placed at the students' disposal.
HyperCard also allows the instructor to open a specific file in a supporting application such as a spreadsheet or graphics program with a mouse click rather than typing specific path names in hard disk directories while the class becomes distracted by something else.
Apple's HyperCard, which ships with every Macintosh, was one of the instances of prior art the PTO examiners somehow missed.
Teachers may recognize icons and tools used in other programs, such as Hypercard.
His interest and creativity in using HyperCard gained him the respect of teachers and students alike.