Load-Bearing Walls in Content Management

By Deane Barker on March 19, 2008

Today’s post is about load-bearing walls in content management — those things that require a content editor to call a developer to change them. Where do you draw the boundaries? How much is too much?

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  1. OMG! The voice of the next Edward R. Morrow! About removing pre-installed crapware: last year we purchased several low-end lappies for some nieces & nephews in school. The first one was a nightmare. Enter Jason York’s PC DeCrapifier. The remaining lappies took a fraction of the time to prep.

    Works like a charm, Ask for it by name.

    toodles!

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