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Re: [webdesign-396] In praise of action

From: Eric M.
Sent on: Thursday, September 20, 2007 3:20 PM
At 5:49 PM [masked]/19/07, Nate Klaiber wrote:

>This is with all due respect. I have just been involved in way too
>many projects where people rushed things, only to end us spending way
>too much time, money, and effort to get what they really NEED.

    Conversely, I've been involved in way too many projects where 
people didn't push things forward, and the whole thing strangled on 
its own inertia, which is why I said what I did.
    But let's be real: I don't have the time or expertise to devote to 
this particular aspect of the group no matter how it proceeds, so my 
vote counts less.  (No, I'm not being passive-aggressive; I firmly 
believe that the votes of those doing a thing count more than the 
votes of those observing.)

-- 
Eric A. Meyer  ([address removed])
Principal, Complex Spiral Consulting   http://complexspi...­
"CSS: The Definitive Guide," "CSS2.0 Programmer's Reference,"
"Eric Meyer on CSS," and more    http://meyerweb.c...­

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