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Of course it doesn't matter what you estimate... In the end someone in a
corner office will give you a deadline of 2 weeks anyway.
Cheers and grins,
wswallow -at- nycap -dot- rr -dot- com
::: -----Original Message-----
::: To quote William Horton:
::: To estimate the time required for a simple
::: project, convert to the next higher unit of
::: measure and multiply by three. So, for a
::: one-day job, allow three weeks. For a
::: complex project, multiply by the sqare of
::: the speed of light.
::: --Horton's Laws
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