Issue 1. [Re: [ros-general] ROS-User-Issues]

Richard Campbell eek2121 at comcast.net
Wed Oct 26 07:02:26 CEST 2005


FYI, Hypercard and it's programming language have nothing to do with 
HTTP, nor HTML or anything else.  It was completely different.  
Hypercard 1.0/hypertext was the first language i was really interested 
in (I liked Tandy BASIC, however the machine died.  I grew up using a 
Tandy CoCo 2.)

jwalsh at bigpond.net.au wrote:

>I don't quite understand what you mean here Alex: 
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>>Jobs' failed OS ???? Sounds interesting though.
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>And as for:
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>>QBASIC-level scripting language are the backbone of 
>>the Internet? Perhaps you might expand on that one??
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>I was refering to the "HT" in "HTTP"
>And  "backbone was a poor choice of words.
>I'm sure even sure whether the internet has one.
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>Cheers and rosuccess
>Justin
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>---- Alex Ionescu <ionucu at videotron.ca> wrote: 
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>>jwalsh at bigpond.net.au wrote:
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>>>Put them both together you get NeXT, for Jobs's Apple HyperText and HyperCard
>>>Which today is the backbone of the Internet.
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>>Jobs' failed OS and QBASIC-level scripting language are the backbone of 
>>the Internet?
>>I thought Al Gore was the man behind it!
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>>Best Regards,
>>Alex Ionescu
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