News of Shafer eBook Publication Plans
jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Sun Feb 27 01:06:10 CST 2005
Basically, what you're saying is that anything done crappily is crap and
anything done well is good.
More l8r when I'm in a better mood ;-) :-/
On Sat, 26 Feb 2005, Dan Shafer wrote:
> Strong opinion. I disagree. I know you come from an education
> perspective and perhaps that's shaping some of what you are feeling but
> my experience says:
> 1. Creating indexes is subjective at best. A great index can help make
> the contents of a printed work more accessible; a poorly done one
> (which 90% are) gets in the way because it sets up a false expectation
> about what is and isn't covered in the book.
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