Re: Techno-fuddyduddy getting anxious
I'm getting concerned about my out-of-touchness with tools and technologies.
When I was freelancing, for a while I tried to land contracts with startups because I figured they were likely to be the most open-minded places, with no prior expectations as to what user documentation should be like.
I was totally wrong! Every startup I worked at wanted to use the cheapest possible tools, which meant MS Office because everybody had it, and the simplest possible output: PDF and online help spun out from the .doc files with no alteration.
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