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  Sunday, November 23, 2003

Tom Yager in Infoworld says that "The world is a GUI place," and suggests that our employers can keep us at our computers longer if the interface is more pleasing than functional. He touches on the ideas behind Don Norman's work on emotion in computing: making our work enjoyable makes us more productive. Tom says that Apple gets it, and hopes that M$ and Sun will get it, too.
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Tech Workers' Losing Fight to Match Overseas Wages. Many American technology workers whose jobs have not been moved offshore say that they are being offered lower salaries than in the past. By David Koeppel. [New York Times: Technology]

More confirmation that offshoring is putting downward pressure on wages for tech workers in the U.S.

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