Sunday, June 13, 2004
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I promise this is my last outsourcing post for a while
However, before I get off my outsourcing high horse, it's worth noting that the phenomenon is not limited to the for-profit sector -- now the Catholic Church is getting in on the act. Saritha Rai has the details in the New York Times:
Thanks to alert danieldrezner.com reader R.S. for the link.posted by Dan on 06.13.04 at 05:04 PM
Keep your outsourcing high horse bridled and ready to charge, even if you dismount for a little while. Those who yell in the echo-chamber of complaints for non-problems seems to just shout louder when confronted with serious challenges to their grief. Thank you for informing the rest of us.posted by: Zachariah on 06.13.04 at 05:04 PM [permalink]
Dan, lots of Outsourcing stuff, surprisngly quiet onall the stuff coming out about Abu Ghraib. Are we gonna get your take anytime soon? Seems like it could blow into a big scandal, yet you wouldn't know here.posted by: Jor on 06.13.04 at 05:04 PM [permalink]
Yeah, lots of outsourcing stuff but no commentary on the Cubs' woes. But you'd never know it from reading this blog.
You really need to be paying attention to my needs more, Dan.posted by: Steve in Houston on 06.13.04 at 05:04 PM [permalink]
Dan, I enjoy the outsourcing posts. Until the economy fully recovers, the protectionists will not quit. Keep up the good work.
Most people have ignored Abu Ghraib for the past week because of Reagan. Tomorrow, the media will get back to work - you can be sure of that. But Jor, isn't it a big scandal already? It's hard to imagine that the prison abuse debacle could be any more damaging than it already is.posted by: Tony on 06.13.04 at 05:04 PM [permalink]
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