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Wednesday, March 17, 2004
In a recent New York Times column, Tom Friedman noted that the Indian software industry got its big break when American corporations needed programmers to weed out Y2K problems in their software code. A continent of English graduate students could be gainfully employed in sifting out the stylistic problems in academic prose.