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Michael Kanellos of C/Net pens one of the dumbest anti-outsourcing column. On the other hand, you have to contend with thick air pollution, nocturnal barking dogs and bureaucratic tangles. “Having patience, a pocket full of small denomination bills and the acceptance that most activities take two […]

Michael Kanellos of C/Net pens one of the dumbest anti-outsourcing column.

On the other hand, you have to contend with thick air pollution, nocturnal barking dogs and bureaucratic tangles.

“Having patience, a pocket full of small denomination bills and the acceptance that most activities take two to three times longer than one would expect certainly makes living here easier,” said Leo Niedas (not his real name), a U.S. tech worker who recently moved to Bangalore to manage an Indian group for a multinational tech giant.

Given his interviewing skills and the jumbled nature of the column, my suggestion is that C/net needs to outsource him. Even at a sixth the price it is not worth reading.

  1. Leo Niedas? How funny! Leonidas is the name of a famous Belgian chocolate maker.

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