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>Most of us who praise FrameMaker ('syrupy'? I prefer 'enthusiastic') are
>-not- employed by Frame. That's where -I- draw the line.
I only picked Frame as an example that comes up frequently on the list. I
use the product a lot, and I like it. Nor do I know anything bad about Frame
However, I'd just like to point out -- as an abstract matter having nothing
to do with the specific example -- that testimonials by third parties who
are not as disinterested as they seem are one of the "standard" means of
advertising on the Internet.
I would not draw the line on the basis of the poster's stated affiliation. I
would look more at the information's accuracy, usefulness, and relevance to
the list. ...RM