A Truly Ambitious Product Idea: Making Stuff for People

When I was eleven, my parents bought a Mac Plus. It had a tiny monochrome screen, a floppy drive, and 1MB of memory. And it came with something called HyperCard. HyperCard let you make stuff. It had documents called stacks, each a series of cards – similar to PowerPoint today. In addition to graphics and text…

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MichealLe1
MichealLe1

Ở lứa tuổi đây là lứa tuổi mới trưởng thành với những tâm lý ham học hỏi và cho rằng tuổi có quyền làm những trò người lớn quan he vo chong


congtysangoviet1
congtysangoviet1

When I was eleven, my parents bought a Mac Plus. It had a tiny monochrome screen, a floppy drive, and 1MB of memory. And it came with something called HyperCard giá sàn gỗ tại tphcm. HyperCard let you make stuff. It had documents called stacks, each a series of cards – similar to PowerPoint today. In addition to graphics and text…