From: Ben Artin (macdev_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-07 16:21:53
In article <5D8503D66B71984E8D7F6651BA74D0596D0898_at_yew.PS.LOCAL>,
"Martin Bonner" <Martin.Bonner_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Why? I mean, what is there that is specifically different about a "woman's
> point of view"? I can certainly see that an /international/ point of view is
> useful (a native speaker to get the grammer right, a non-native speaker to
> remove colloquialisms for example), but I really don't see the point when it
> comes to men/women.
How many women did you closely collaborate with on technical matters with before
you reached that opinion?
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