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>FrameMaker is totally, utterly, one billion percent irrelevant if your
>document contains inaccurate, misleading, or disorganized information. This
>why the remainder of the known universe thinks FrameMaker is a big,
>useless dinosaur. Because only tech writers have this bizarre, quasi-sexual
>attachment to it.
You know, this is completely bizarre. Is Andrew Plato really of the opinion
that using FrameMaker to create a document will automatically create a
document that contains inaccurate, misleading, or disorganised information?
Or that because FrameMaker is a tool for technical writers, it is a big,
bloated, useless dinosaur?
But then Andrew's not a tech writer: he runs an employment agency for tech
writers. Is this yet another example of "Them that can, does: them that
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