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> You've missed the point entirely. Neither Plato, Michele Davis, me or
> anyone else are anti-process, in fact we understand and utilize standards,
> procedures and guidelines to do our jobs. I myself have said so in at
> three messages on this thread, and Andrew has said it at least once. We
> saying the process in itself is not a goal, and putting process above
> content (or should I say obsessing over process) is not merely useless,
> counter-productive. Creativity is a completely different issue entirely.
> Politely asking you to please blow your smoke in another direction