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CHICAGO While we talk all the time about Midwest technology workplaces in this Nine2Five column, what really constitutes one?

Could you qualify as a Midwest tech employee if you work from home doing outside sales for a travel-industry CRM vendor? Yes, technically. After all, technology is so integrated into our daily work lives nowadays that even your tooth X-rays are online three......

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  • Are Slashdot.org and Freshmeat.net on your favorites list? Add a point if a Google search on your name turns up three or more returns based on your archived posts to techie list servs.
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    If you don't know what MUD and MUSH stand for, by the way, here are a few answers gathered from online gaming Web sites: MUD is a multi-user dimension, multi-u......

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  • Source:wistechnology.com By Liz Ryan 09/27/04


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