If there’s one thing everyone can agree on, it’s that computers and user interfaces peaked in the 1980s. Everything was clear and simple, without all of our modern annoyances like portability, color, touchscreens, and the Internet.
With that in mind, we took a long, hard look at Basecamp. We asked questions like:
- Is Basecamp as simple as it can be?
- Should we make Basecamp less colorful?
- What if Basecamp was stored on 800kb floppy disks?
- When is Knight Rider starting?
So today, after months of work, we’re excited to announce that Basecamp is going back to basics. We’ve rolled out an update to all our users that’s available right now. Just visit Basecamp in your web browser, and type the code
dogcow to get a sneak preview of our new direction. We think you’re going to love it.
Basecamp’s new system requirements:
- Macintosh System 6 or higher
- 512kb of RAM
- 800kb floppy disk drive
- 1200bps dial-up modem (recommended)
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