Apple Donates MacPaint Source Code to Museum

If you were a graphics artist in the 80’s, you probably remember hearing about MacPaint. MacPaint brought image editing to the computer. It allowed you to put images in other programs, and even gave the industry many ideas, including the dotted lines for highlighting items.
Now you can view the source code on the museum’s website. It’s interesting to think what software created today will be in museums two and a half decades from now.
via tuaw

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