Re: [TCP] FrameMaker product manager has a blog

Subject: Re: [TCP] FrameMaker product manager has a blog
From: "Carl Young" <pdftrainer -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: "Brierley, Sean" <Sean -dot- Brierley -at- ipc -dot- com>
Date: Sun, 18 Feb 2007 10:20:58 -0700

My blog (which is ready by some on the Acrobat and FrameMaker marketing
teams) is unmoderated. The link below goes to my FrameMaker post, and as you
can see a lonely Mac FrameMaker user chimed in.

Please be courteous, but feel free to speak your mind:

Carl Young

On 2/16/07, Brierley, Sean <Sean -dot- Brierley -at- ipc -dot- com> wrote:


It looks like Adobe is having its PMs start blogs. Here's the one for
the FM PM.

Bear in mind, posts are read and moderated. For example, I posted
something that was pretty much on-the-money from my perspective to a
different PM's blog, and it never got posted, but a more upbeat,
marketable post did get posted. By which I mean, if you have something
critical to say, perhaps market it with an upbeat tone.


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