This entry originally quoted liberally from a blog entry by Paul McDougall, of InformationWeek. Mr. McDougall has requested that I not quote so liberally from his blog. His definition of ‘fair use’ and mine are substantially different. Since it is his material, I have to agree that his definition controls in this case. He suggests “A graph or two and then a link to the original article is fine, however.” Unfortunately, his blog entry was so tightly written that I had trouble doing that, while retaining his point. So I am removing the entire quotation. If you want to read what Mr. McDougall said, go here.
From InformationWeek’s Paul McDougall:
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Mr. McDougall’s editorial is right on target. It is why outsourcing isn’t really happening anymore. It is why we all must learn to be globally flexible.
One of the best public service advertisements I’ve heard recently is the radio spot that says, “Over half of the world’s supply of this valuable resource goes unused: women.”
It is part and parcel of the same story.