I have a long-standing fascination with the Web, mostly centering around Dreamweaver, the world's leading Web authoring tool, now developed by Adobe. I've written a good number of books and articles about Dreamweaver and related technologies; my most recent is the Dreamweaver CS3 Bible, published by Wiley.

A good part of my interest in Dreamweaver stems from its underlying extensibility layer. I've created a number of extensions myself and am currently Vice-President of Marketing for WebAssist, the leader provider of extensions for Adobe Dreamweaver. Views expressed here are my own and not those of the company.

Sunday, May 27

Amazon time-warp reviews

Ah well, win some, lose some. Although I was able to get the first book out on Dreamweaver CS3 up on Amazon, they managed to link a slew of earlier reviews to the catalog page, thus confusing everyone. The 11 reviews referenced are all from the very first book in the series, circa 1998-99. While I appreciate the time-capsule perspective, it's a mistake--and one Amazon will hopefully correct sooner than later.

 

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