Re: recommendations for web software, thought you might be interested.
>>Dreamweaver is incredible... it writes clean code and runs very smoothly.
>However, the manual is awful. And it is not a very intuitive program, aside
>from being more expensive. I bought 3rd party manual to help me over the
>What book did you track down Karen? An incredible software with bad manual
>is certainly doable if there are off the shelf manuals to be found.
>BTW E-media Weekly mentions today that dreamweaver 2 is to be released this
>week. Sounds like the preview capabilities and search and replace features
>make it worthwhile. Of course, I suppose this will make whatever manual
>Karen recommends outdated. So what's new.
>FYI Other industry news: Photoshop has released a hot fix for PS 5. Version
>5.052 (MAC/PC) fixes the color space problems among others and can be
>downloaded from the Adobe website. Also (while I'm at it) Syquest has
>officially biten the dust. They have let go of almost their entire work
>force. But they claim to be planning to continue some sort of tech support.
Assistant to Dr. David Housman
Center for Cancer Research
Massachusetts Institute of Technology