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HyperCard Users Group Attending Macworld

HyperCard Users Group Attending Macworld

by , 7:00 AM EST, January 7th, 2002

iHug has announced it's attendance at this weeks Macworld 2002. The International HyperCard Users Group will be demonstrating the HyperCard scripting app and discussing related topics. Free CD's are available to those that stop by. According to iHug:

iHUG (International HyperCard Users Group) is proud to announce they will be returning to Macworld Expo in San Francisco this week.

One of Apple's most successful and widely used applications for creating on the Mac will be celebrated once again at Macworld Expo. Come learn more about HyperCard and iHUG at the Users Group lounge on Wednesday, January 9, from 10:00 to 11:00 am.

In addition to an opportunity to discuss HyperCard with one of the HyperCard community's best known gurus, Charles Flickinger, plan to walk away with iHUG's free CD containing a wide variety of practical
and usable software created with HyperCard. The CD also links the user to the world of HyperCard through the long-lived, e-mail-based HyperCard Mail List. Expect to find the programing industry's friendliest, most helpful experts there eager to support beginning and experienced "scripters" alike.

You can find more information about iHug at the iHug Web site.

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