The New York Times’ perverse defense for outsourcing jobs

f92cmf The New York Times’ perverse defense for outsourcing jobs

The story of Chris Anderson’s conversion from talented technology journalist to executive at a company that mass markets surveillance drones is cartoonish enough to be somewhat interesting (read: depressing) unto itself. It would, in fact, be a perfect hard-hitting expose for Anderson’s old magazine, Wired. But it is nothing compared to the story of him becoming a political activist echoing now-standard corporate talking points that call for more American jobs be outsourced – or in his sanitized, Tom Friedman-esque portmanteau, “quicksourced.”

This is the subject of Anderson’s New York Times op-ed this weekend about how his San Diego-based company is shifting its production production to Tijuana, Mexico.

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The New York Times’ perverse defense for outsourcing jobs

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