At 10:01 PM -0500 1/14/00, Don wrote:
>BUT, compliments of the great minds (LOTS of sarcasm here !) that have
>turned MANY of the SUPERIOR manuals that we all came to know and love from
>a fairly centralized resource (ie, ONE operators manual, etc!) into a
>fragmented smattering of html that at times redifines tedium to have to
>Many (especially newbies) either don't have or don't know about the
>frizbee's (softcopy CD's), or have tried them and gotten really
I say, "sick"! Can I get a witness?!
>IF we still had the hard copy resources of old, I think you'ld see alot
>more exploring into the manuals....and you'd have alot of folks that would
>just fumble into it cuz they turned the wrong page....not so with
>softcopy. It's ALOT easier to just reach over and grab the book than
>to play "who's got the CD this week?"...
I'm glad I'm not the only one who saw the value in having the
paper around. CDs are great for looking up that API you sort of
remember, but for serious content reading, I gotta have the real
goods. (Guess I'll head back into my cave now so I won't get
trampled by any dinosaurs.)
- Lou Forlini
System Support Products, Inc.
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