[internetworkers] FrontPage guru
michael at czeiszperger.org
Wed Mar 1 16:23:58 EST 2006
On Feb 28, 2006, at 8:46 AM, Susan Manning wrote:
> We need a Mechanic, Doctor, Massage Therapist, and Spiritual Guru
> (all in
> one) to assist us with the finer points of maintaining, polishing, and
> activating the advanced features of Microsoft FrontPage 2003.
You might want to post your request on Microsoft's USENET group for
> [...] Now we have the space and
> flexibility we need but there are some knots in the yarn (broken
> engine, the appearance of duplicate files, broken links, no
> statistics and
> reports, and on and on). [...]
> We want
> to interact personally with a FrontPage zen master...or nobody at all.
If you think about how people gravitate between jobs, the really
talented ones move up and handle the more desirable tasks, and the
less talented ones and beginners handle the less desirable tasks. In
my own experience the tasks you describe are the bottom of the barrel
in the web design world, and its unlikely that someone who is a "zen
master" is going to going to want to handle them for the prices you
> BEWARE! We have finely tuned B.S. detectors among our staff.
From the point of view of standard business management practices
there's most likely a good case to be made for switching to something
else immediately. Without knowing any details its impossible to say,
but I'd hardly call advice to the contrary "B.S.".
Best of luck!
If you put up a large switch in a cave somewhere, with a sign on it
of-the-World Switch. PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH", the paint wouldn't even
to dry. -- Pratchett
-- michael at czeiszperger dot org, Chapel Hill, NC
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