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Some Copland documentation
By Thom Holwerda on 2016-12-13 21:58:35

Copland was Apple's failed attempt to modernize the classic Mac OS in the mid 1990s. While parts of it would end up in Mac OS 8, the dream of a modern Mac operating system wouldn't be realized until after Apple bought NeXT.

Copland is a really interesting (and sad) chapter in the Mac's history. Here are some documents I've collected over the years about it.

A digital treasure trove if there ever was one.

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