Is there any concept that was suppose to be new, but when you learn it. It makes you think something like 'We already know that', 'This is not new', 'They are just labeling old ideas as new ones'.
I thought about this one overnight and I really couldn't think of anything. The Internet was not new when the World Wide Web came along, it had been around many years, but I think that was more misunderstanding by people rather than anyone trying to sell something as new which wasn't. I generally don't see people trying to sell an old idea as new that often.
I think the thing that has stuck with me were the good ideas that have just been forgotten. I don't get that. And I'm going to point to one specific example for that: HyperCard
Thank you for sharing your thoughts.
I did a little reasearch and I found a video about HyperCard in case anyone wants to understand what is it here is the link of a video contain on wikipedia.
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