I'm just "seconding" what Andu said. Your range of uses for Metacard will likely depend on things like: - what you do for a living - what you do for fun - how computing and the internet fit into the above I found that with MC as my "hammer" of choice, my world abounds with nails just waiting - *begging* - to be driven! Food for thought. Take a look at some of the things available for download at http://www.xworlds.com - you may be surprised. Phil Davis andu wrote: > > >Hi all > > > >I've just downloaded the MetaCard starter kit, and had a bit of a look at > >the demo, and quite frankly it impressed the hell out of me. What I'd like > >now is a few ideas on how I might put this thing to good use. If anyone has > >any great ideas or tips on how make the most of MetaCard, please respond (on > >or off list as you prefer). > > The simple answer is that you can write almost any kind of application and/or >utilities with it for at least 3 platforms. Some experience with Hypercard or >Supercard is definitely helpful otherwise just take it step by step and ask all the >stupid questions like most users do at some point or another ;-). Also there is an >archive with previous posts at http://www.mail-archive.com/metacard which is most >informative. > The ideas should come from you but if you need help implementing them ask the list. > > > >Cheers > >Tim > > Regards, Andu > _______________________ > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > Archives: http://www.mail-archive.com/metacard%40lists.best.com/ > Info: http://www.xworlds.com/metacard/mailinglist.htm > Please send bug reports to <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, not this list. -- Phil Davis ----------------------------------- [EMAIL PROTECTED] days: (503) 417-7930 eves: (503) 557-5656 ----------------------------------- Facilitator Essentials of eBusiness Computing Information Technology Institute http://www.iti.com Archives: http://www.mail-archive.com/metacard%40lists.best.com/ Info: http://www.xworlds.com/metacard/mailinglist.htm Please send bug reports to <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, not this list.