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December 02, 2004
"60 Minutes" again caught with its pants down
David Pogue of the New York Times chastises "60 Minutes" for a segment on a 12-year-old Juilliard music genius that apparently contained a number of inaccuracies about Finale software. Pogue discounts the existence of any serious flaws:
"What a load of hooey! The program in question is Finale, software with which I'm exceedingly familiar: in Finale's early days, I wrote its manuals, consulted on its development and served as its New York City sales rep. Now, today's Finale has its glitches. But to suggest that it can't keep up with the frenetic typed keystrokes of a musician is naïve at best..."
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