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June 19, 2005


Eric Rice

Could it be the issue is not that the 'stealth' startup that sucks, but the over-hyped nature of things? Think of recent examples of hype with no product.

I don't necessarily think stealth sucks, but once upon the time, you followed certain rules with software development and release. And if it's stealth, you'd keep your mouth shut.

But then that would be old-fashioned thinking, now, wouldn't it? ;-)

Dennis Howlett

It can work both ways buyt Jeff is largely correct. As a software reviewer there's nothing more guaranteed to be a turn off than something that's incomplete, unstable or lacking in 'obvious' features.

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