Brain HyperTextBook Explores Anatomy And More
MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- April 2, 1994-- Jeff Iverson, a developer of educational
software and tools for developers is now shipping Brain HyperTextBook 3.0.
The Brain HyperTextBook is the fourth in the series to be released. It
implements Iverson's proprietary linking technology and presents information
interactively, allowing the user to determine how the data is presented.
Jeff Iverson describes the Brain HyperTextBook, saying, "it's basically an
encyclopedic work that doesn't go into minute detail on any one subject, but
covers a great many topics that relate to the central object of exploration."
Users of the HyperTextBook series have claimed that, "this is HyperCard at it's
finest." Users have been surprised to find that even obscure details were
covered. In addition, many users have noted that links were made that they
might not otherwise have considered, which led to expanded learning.
Initially offered in HyperCard 2.2 Stack or Stand-Alone format, Iverson is
exploring the possibilities of developing Windows compatible versions. For now,
the software will run on any Macintosh running System 6.0 or above. The product
is priced at $30.00 for an individual user, $150.00 for a class/lab license, or
$600.00 for a site license. Demos are available for $5.00 or may be downloaded
from AppleLink, America Online, or CompuServe.
Orders may be sent to Jeff Iverson, 2800 Selkirk Dr., C-104, Burnsville MN
55337-5662, or purchase orders may be faxed to (612) 890-8166. For more
information, Jeff can be reached via e-mail at j5rson at aol.com or at (612)