RE: Style vs. transformation

Subject: RE: Style vs. transformation
From: Jonathan Marsh <jmarsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 4 Mar 1998 15:54:23 -0800
		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Brad McCormick, Ed.D. [mailto:bradmcc@xxxxxxxxxx]
		Sent:	Wednesday, March 04, 1998 3:28 PM
		It took me close to half a day to figure out what was going
on with
		the documentation on the Microsoft XSL site


		which may be due to my being stupid and/or ignorant and/or
		senescent, but which I think more likely is due to a lack of
		rhetorical skill and motivation among the persons who paid
		and produced this material (which, "objectively", *is*
		good -- in the sense that, if you work hard enough, there's
		a lot of good information there -- but one shouldn't have to
		*work* so hard --> esp. after the "computer revolution" 
		has liberated us...)....

We certainly are interested in improving the site.  Any feedback you can
provide on cleaner organization, what questions aren't answered, what is
buried too deep, etc. would be greatly appreciated.

Jonathan Marsh
phone   425.703.4591
 <mailto:jmarsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> jmarsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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