I ran into an interesting article today on computer game sweatshops. The idea is that you can make lots of real money by obtaining and selling in-game "money" for online games. The demand for this in-game "money" is so high that an entire industry built on this has developed. Most of the "farming" for in-game money takes place Asia. The company heads make six figures, the workers make cents.
"They get paid dirt. But dirt is good where they live."
Read more about it here.Posted by Moore at July 17, 2005 10:57 PM