The Internet abounds with all sorts of information on art publications, but unless you can be reasonably sure of its source and accuracy, be wary. For example, information about art publications posted in Internet newsgroups can be flawed. Even if the art publications document contains great technical detail, there is often no hard evidence to back up the claims. Don't make the mistake of accepting gossip as truth, which may prove to be professionally and financially embarrassing.
While embarrassment is rarely fatal, more serious consequences can result from following art publications advice posted in newsgroups or on websites. While someone may be well-meaning in offering the information, can you trust it? Is this person a art publications consumer who has actually purchased and used the products or are they just an opinionated individual? Or are they a competitor?
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