Anelle Kloski writes:
>And as desk top publishing gets easier and easier, we will have
>to be more careful about something which is "published".
Actually, I doubt the desktop publishing will make things worse;
since the introduction of the printing press, 90% of everything
published has been crap (my own books, of course being in the
"good" 10% <GRIN>). Editors are less interested in quality than
they are in quantity, particularly in these days of mass-market
dealers such as Barnes & Noble.
It has always amazed me that people still believe anything they
read "because it was published."