The Boston Phoenix's Adam Reilly notes some cherry-popping in the Globe: On Wednesday, "for the first time, the Globe published a story from the New York Times News Service," which was followed by two more yesterday. Globe editor Marty Baron told Reilly that "[W]e're likely to use the stories that represent especially strong enterprise and scoops—particularly anything that we're unlikely to find from the other wire services we have." See, Globesters, it's not so bad after all: They're not outsourcing your jobs to Banglaore, they're insourcing them from New York!
A Globe first: Times copy hits paper [Boston Phoenix]
Earlier: Arthur Sulzberger Addresses 'Boston Globe' Concerns About Outsourcing