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+ - The Multiple Monitor Productivity Myth

An anonymous reader writes: It's common knowledge that multiple monitors increase productivity, but there isn't actually any research to support that assertion. However, studies have shown that there are a few simple tweaks to the work environment that do increase productivity. Among them: use high temperature light sources and keep office plants.
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The Multiple Monitor Productivity Myth

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