RE: Current trends in Authoring Tools?

Subject: RE: Current trends in Authoring Tools?
From: "Sarah Bouchier" <Sarah -dot- Bouchier -at- exony -dot- com>
To: "Barry Campbell" <barry -dot- campbell -at- gmail -dot- com>, "D. Michael McIntyre" <michael -dot- mcintyre -at- rosegardenmusic -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2007 18:09:32 -0000

> At the last interview, I saw the guy's eyes glaze over when he heard
> to "Do you know Adobe?"
> He didn't even know Adobe what. He had no clue. Of course I don't
> know "Adobe." How can anyone answer that question?

"Oh yes, me and Adobe, we're like /that/. Did he ever tell you about
the time we..."

I'll get me coat.

Sarah Bouchier
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