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I got a few good workflow ideas from this, and I often feel that's worth the cost of a book. That's the good part.
But, there could have been so much more. Why and when would you use FireWorks instead of Photoshop, for instance. What would you do with a "mockup" in Photoshop once you got to Dreamweaver? I figured it out, but it's not explained. Books like this should be "beta-tested" to discover what's missing.
My other complaint is that it's visually confusing. Too many graphics, too much wasted ink, and none of it useful. When people purchase a computer manual they want it to be illuminating, not confusing. This reminds me of trying to read "Wired" magazine. If you liked that, you might like this, but IMHO it doesn't help.
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Joseph Echols Lowery (born October 6, 1921) is an American minister in the United Methodist Church and leader in the Civil Rights Movement.
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