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Did you really send that email to the author of that web site? Ouch! There
was virtually nothing of real value in those comments--nitpicky grammar
points that, aside from the spelling problems, verged on personal
Way to promote the tech writer image!
(If this was a joke on us, then just consider me temporarily brain
challenged and with you in spirit.)
Personally, I agreed that the content was useful. I found it interesting
because it read a little like someone who had discovered good web design
practice, not by reading a book, but by figuring it out as he went. I think
this is always an encouraging thing to see.
Sella Rush mailto:sellar -at- apptechsys -dot- com
Applied Technical Systems (ATS)
Developers of the CCM Database