Alternatives to the W3C
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Thu Jan 20 19:22:01 GMT 2000
At 12:24 PM 1/20/00 -0600, Len Bullard wrote:
>The minute my customer requires a feature that only one browser supports
>or supports reliably, they have contracted for a transaction.
If you produce work that only does exactly what a customer *thinks* they
want, then that's how you'd accomplish this, yes. A good consultant,
however, educates the client during the project phase that looks at needs.
Indeed, if customers knew exactly what was best for them and how it worked,
they would have little need to turn to consultants.
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