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Re[3]: Web Publishing - Graphic Tools

From: <kbranden@mail.edelman.com>
Date: Thu, 09 Nov 95 12:32:48 EST
Message-Id: <9510098159.AA815952886@mail.edelman.com>
To: www-talk@w3.org

Just expressing my opinion sorry it hurts
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Subject: Re[2]: Web Publishing - Graphic Tools
Author:  www-talk@w3.org at interport
Date:    11/9/95 12:47 PM

Sorry to have expressed my opinion. Next time, I'll stick to the facts. 
and the facts are... Mac+Design=Good
                     PC+Design=Good but could be better if all the great design 
software was available. In other words, if you are truly a great designer you 
get what you want, not what you've got. PC design is more difficult to get what 
you want. (not that it can't be done-but why waste your time? life is too short 
to settle for anything less)
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Subject: Re: Web Publishing - Graphic Tools
Author:  www-talk@w3.org at interport 
Date:    11/9/95 12:12 PM
>     The best way to design unfortunately for you is on a Mac-hands down!
why are you asking for flames?
>     If you're serious about design, get a mac 
>     get PhotoShop
I'm not experienced enough with QuarkXpress and Illustrator to comment, but 
photoshop is nearly identical on both platforms.  I work on a PowerMac at 
work and Win95 at home and have photoshop on both.  In fact, I have a slew 
of graphics apps on both and they're both great, so why put down either?
fewer people would get exasperated and less time would be wasted, if 
questions were answered without subjective comments (especially negative 
ones) about a particular platform.
Gita Lal
Webmaster/Internet Marketing Associate 
WizCom International, Ltd.
Received on Thursday, 9 November 1995 13:34:15 UTC

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