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(I have a point, and I'm getting to it...) Which brings me to a question:
why is it, that when I read Product Reviews in various
technical/computing publications, I can almost *never* find 1 comment on
the quality of the doc, hard copy or online! The only focus is on the
It really depends on the writer's opinion of what the reader wants to know.
If they thought a product was bought because of the quality of the Docs,
then things would change. However, I have read plenty of reviews in which
the documentation was discussed.