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Subject:Re: Doc Quality From:"Cheryl L. Higgins" <cwhitnah -at- NETMEG -dot- NET> Date:Sat, 6 Mar 1999 00:31:03 -0500
Yes, I would think this depends on the review. If the review is of the
product, then that's what they are reviewing. If the review is of the
accompanying texts , helps, or publications, then they would address the
quality of the writing.
Cheryl L. Higgins
cwhitnah -at- netmeg -dot- net http://folks.netmeg.net/cwhitnah
'The hills show scalp and lift trees/ listless against no wind and less
birds/ leeching sky with bony fingers /like close-cropped hair, thin and
wired up to formless clouds/ their boles weighted, pulled down by great
shags of vine: /bittersweet, greenbriar, wild grape' "Midwinter, coastal
>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