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From: Phillip Helbig <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 1998 15:25:00 GMT
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> On the whole, professionals can do better that amateurs: And this also
> concerns websites and such. So publishing will simply change nature.

I have to disagree here.  Most `professional' websites I've seen are
bells-and-whistles, machine-generated, java-overkill, visually
formatted.  Many amateur ones are clear and simple, hand-written, no
unnecessary flashy stuff and concentrate on content not presentation. :)

Also, many folks don't realise that accessing something from across the
world is not as fast as doing it on their local machine.

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