New Methods: Handle with Care To the Editor: This letter concerns Henri de Marne's article, "Ignoring New Technology Can Cost You," in the April issue of New England Builder. I have been in construction for more than 30 years. I learned my trade from my father, who was a builder all of his working years and spent many years as a framing superintendent. Many of his jobs were contracted by the state of Connecticut. His building methods were the best from the "old school" and the best from the "new," including patience, care and pride of workmanship. In the fall of 1953, I received the status of journeyman and worked as a framing contractor; I subsequently worked with my father