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Sean Brierley wrote:
> I'm not sure about your comparison. Are you saying writing documentation
> and weaving a basket have the same kind and level of complexity? Should
> we apply this to other things? Should my home stereo have the same
> simplicity as a basket? My car? The flight deck on an airplane?
> Are the audiences for the finished basket product the same as the
> audiences for the finished documentation?
You have never heard of basket cases?
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