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Date: Mon, 12 Jan 1998 15:37:49 -0600
From: "David F. Harrison" <[log in to unmask]>
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David F. Harrison wrote:

> It is not at all an uncommon practice for US companies to extract such an
> agreement from new employees.  Unfortunately, it frequently backfires when -
> instead of securing rights to new ideas - the potential for creative thinking
> is suppressed, and the company gets nothing.
> No truly creative, thinking individual will spend more than a minimum amount
> of his/her life in any institution which stifles, suppresses, or otherwise
> bureaucratically inhibits employees, and then says "what you do is mine, what
> you think is mine, and what you are and may become is mine."
>
> (Of course, I'm currently unemployed...... 8~)
> --
> David F. Harrison       MIS Specialist
> (618) 624-0852 (R)  (618) 624-5140 (FAX)
> http://www.apci.net/~dfh/



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David F. Harrison       MIS Specialist
(618) 624-0852 (R)  (618) 624-5140 (FAX)
http://www.apci.net/~dfh/