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I will be the first to agree with you on all counts. I would love to read that article. If you ever want to publish it on my blogg please do not hesitate to contact me.
having worked in one of those offices that you mention, I have found your post as much provocative as naive and simplistic. I should make an entire post to explain why... will leave that for later.
Thanks, anyway, to keep the discussion alive
Besides my terrible diction or lack thereof this raises another issue.
Should we really feel outrage or sympathy for these interns?
After all the ones who can afford to take these kind of jobs are the sons and daughters of the wealthy.
What this letter is, is infact symbolic capital and social significance for sale.
The rich kid can buy this piece of significance for among other reasons to go to a party and say to his less affluent counterpart, "hey I work for SANAA, or DS+R or whoever. Where do you work again?"
Its a status symbol, just like a porsche, or a private jet. Affordable to a selected few that can afford it.
right... irony or sarcasm in non-audible communication... a class of its own.