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Started Reading New Book » Dreamweaver CS3: The Missing Manual

Started reading a new book .. on Dreamweaver (compliments of Poncho) titled » Dreamweaver CS3: The Missing Manual (released June, 2007).

Dreamweaver CS3: The Missing ManualWeighing in at 1,000 pages, this is the fattest book I've ever sat down with. So far, I'm very impressed. Even the first (introductory) chapters contain many insightful tips about real world usage (my favorite kind).

This might be the best tech-book I've ever read (uh, still reading) .. far as usable insights per page. Can't wait to get to the later chapters (26 total), which deal with the more-advanced stuff. (Wish I could read/comprehend faster.)

One reason why this book might be so polished is cuz this particular version is the author's 5th incarnation .. having begun with Dreamweaver 4 (back in 2001), then » Dreamweaver MX (in 2002), then » Dreamweaver MX 2004 (in 2003), then » Dreamweaver 8 (in 2005).

It's readily evident McFarland knows the program inside-out, and is therefore able to reveal its secrets with ease.

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So it's not surprising the book ranks so highly (top-500) on Amazon.com's sales-rank. All the glowing reviews posted are there for good reason. Anyone who wants to learn the Dreamweaver mojo need look no further. Easy book to recommend.

It's clear that a major part of Indulging your Technolust involves learning how to use cool software programs (such as Dreamweaver & Ghost) .. which takes time. I try to spend time every day learning how to better use cool software.

I'm using Dreamweaver right now .. to create/edit this page/entry you're reading.

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