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Paul McDougall is a former editor for InformationWeek.
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posted in January 2007

Outsourcing Reaches Its Tipping Point

1/30/2007
Author Malcolm Gladwell says a tipping point occurs when a phenomenon starts to multiply exponentially, as though it were an infectious virus. Outsourcing's tipping point occurred this week when Accenture announced it would have more workers in India than in the United States by August.

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Tech Pros Get Ready: We've Only Seen Tip Of Outsourcing Iceberg

1/23/2007
In the United States, there's been much hue and cry about the thousands of tech jobs that have been offshored to India over the past couple of years. But viewed in football terms, outsourcing is only in the first five minutes of the first quarter. Get ready for tens of thousands more American IT jobs to head overseas in the next few years.

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Reality Check: Senate Bill S.1 Poses No Threat To Bloggers

1/18/2007
My colleague Mitch Wagner and some other journalists have picked up on a report by an organization called Grass Roots Freedom that a Senate bill designed to bring transparency to the lobbying process could result in the jailing of political bloggers. Did you know that the bill does not even mention the words "blog" or "blogger"? There's also a couple of things you should know about "Grass Roots Freedom."

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Why More U.S. Tech Jobs Could Be Lost To India In 2007

1/10/2007
Despite all the outrage over outsourcing from Lou Dobbs and other protectionists, the practice of sending jobs to low cost countries like India has to date had only minimal impact on the U.S. labor market. But that may be about to change, according to a new survey from Merrill Lynch.

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