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(or: How to Get Screwed by Microsoft)

A large company is like low-lying waters:
the feminine reservoir of the world,
the creative confluence of the world.
The female overcomes the male through equilibrium:
in proper equilibrium, the female lies under the male.

Therefore, if a large company lies beneath a small company,
it can take over the small company at will.
Conversely, if a small company lies beneath a large company,
it becomes a target for acquisition.
Thus, one lies underneath and takes the other,
while the other lies underneath and is taken.

A large company wants to grow and diversify,
while a small company wants resources for its projects
and security for its people.
Well, and if they are both satisfied,
then the large company might as well lie underneath.

 


chapter notes:

In this case, I have again converted the political to the corporate.

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