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I AGREE!!!! I just changed jobs and now have an office (if you can believe)
with no windows. This has a tremendous effect on me. I can definitely say
it decreases productivity because I find myself going outside 2 to 3 times
more a day now than when I had a window near me. Sunlight just makes
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From: Tony G. Rocco [mailto:trocco -at- NAVIS -dot- COM]
Sent: Thursday, April 16, 1998 7:41 PM
To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
Subject: Re: Do technical writers deserve sunlight?
Do birds deserve air? Do fish deserve water?
Working in a windowless environment is gross and inhumane,
IMHO. Why should
humans have to toil in dull, gray, unpleasant surroundings?
I hate it. I
feel like a different person when I am near some natural
When is corporate America going to start treating its
workers like people
and not androids?