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Subject:Re: "Space, the final frontier" (#297311) From:wburns -at- MICRON -dot- COM Date:Mon, 10 Feb 1997 16:35:57 MST
> Do you find that your work space affects your output or morale?
>Tom DeMarco has an excellent study out on this and related topics. It's
>called "Peopleware," and while it's aimed mainly at computer techies, I
>think much of it applies to TW's as well.
I like the term "wetware" for the human factor in computer-human interaction.