In an interview with CNET, former Apple CEO John Sculley talks about the company’s missed opportunities: “I feel responsible and disappointed that we didn’t do more with [Hypercard]… We weren’t insightful enough to recognize that what we had inside of Hypercard, essentially, was everything that later was developed so successfully by Tim Berners-Lee with HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) and HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)… I wish Apple had recognized that we had a huge opportunity to go take our user interface culture, and our know-how, and applied it to the Internet. I think we would have had a very different story for Apple during the 1990s.” Sculley also discusses Apple’s Newton: “I can look back at something like Newton and feel that it could have had a very different future than what had turned out. Newton could have been one of Apple’s most profitable investments ever.”