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Though, I have noted that some magazines in some
industries really have you submit a review which they
then edit and publish. In other words, in my
experience not all these reviews are really objective
nor are they all done by the magazines as you would
think they have been.
Of course, maybe this is not true of the magazines you
cite. Maybe eWeek does its own independent review of
each product and does not solicit content nor consider
marketing or advertising by the manufacturer whose
product they review.
--- Andrew Plato <gilliankitty -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> My suggestion is similar to John's...get some trade
> magazines like Information
> Security or eWeek to review your products.
> Specifically ask them to review the
> documentation, if possible. Then pay close attention
> to the areas of the
> products they mention as confusing or poorly
> designed. This is an area you
> might want to improve in the docs.
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