January 15, 2001
HancomOffice: A disruptive disappointment
Author: JT Smith
From a review at LinuxPlanet: "There is, or ought to be, a rule for application developers: Don't break other stuff on the computer or, if you must break some things, make it clear ahead of time that you're going to do this, so that prospective users can reconsider. Physicians are bound by the rule that it's better to do nothing than to do harm. Developers ought to embrace that notion. The developers of HamcomOffice, a suite of applications from Korea, haven't."