The Psychology of Microsoft's Behavior

Posted by swhiser on Sep 7, 2005 7:59 AM EDT
InfoWorld; By Dave Rosenberg
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Within the context of Microsoft's spastic, flailing response to desktop-neutralizing events from both Google and The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Dave Rosenberg has posted an interesting (Freudian) analysis of Microsoft's behavior.

Rosenberg makes glancing reference to the seminal works of Psych-Lit titans, Leroy Wells ('group as mother') and George Field (libido).

Members of the LXer community have warned in the past about anthropomorphizing a company but not yet psychoanalysing one. Rosenberg here rings true and sponsors a few chuckles.

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