Thanks Bill, we agree!
From: "Bill Swallow" <techcommdood at gmail.com>
To: "quills at airmail.net" <quills at airmail.net>
CC: Frame Users <framers at lists.frameusers.com>,Free Framers List
<framers at omsys.com>
Subject: Re: Frame's future
Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2007 10:36:35 -0500
>>What concerns me is that many of these tools are Enterprise level.
>>Meaning that they are too expensive to be purchased by a single
>>person, and often require a server from which to run. What that
>>means, is that companies will segregate writers into those who know
>>the tools, and those who don't. If you want to get a job, you have
>>know the tools. Most companies don't want to teach you to use them.
>>They want you to know them already. They won't care if you know XML
>>or SGML. They will focus on the tool.
>Ah... Fear and Loathing in TechComm. ;-)
>1. There are plenty of non-enterprise solutions for lone writers and
>such to use to manage XML content.
>2. Technology will always win out over tools, period.
>3. Some companies will undoubtedly be tool-centric, which is fine.
>they want to overlook you as a candidate/hire based on specific
>experience and not on technology knowledge and experience, did you
>really want to work there in the first place?
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