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Coordinating User Interfaces for Consistency Hardcover – 1 Nov 1989


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Not bad for 1989 23 Jan 2002
By Gerald Egan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This isn't a bad book for 1989. It's not great either.
The problem? Amazon deceptively describes this as a 1st edition published on January 15, 2002. It was published in 1989, as clearly stated inside the book. The content shows its age.
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I should have read the other review first. 16 April 2002
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It is almost criminal for this book to be listed as a "2002" book when all of the content is terribly outdated. Unfortunately I bought it first (not from Amazon) only to find this out. This book is outdated for even a [sale] bin.
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