"Form determines content. Corporations are machines."
EUMED. GENESYS. SYNTHESIA. QUIZAT. Names that everyone sees on their
monitors, passes every day on the road to work, uses in one way or
another. Designs that appeal. Devices that better
our lives. Products that sell.
These are the global hyper-corporations that live and breathe in
the synchronized, digitized world of unified markets and tariff-free
borders. Protocol is the key, and ultimate arbiter, of all disputes.
Justice is the fine print of the contract. Capital expands, people
work, profits slide in nanoseconds through thousands of accounts.
Intercons battle in financial credit markets and in media-saturated
home entertainment. Business is War, and The World Is As One.
If you're one for economics, read the article on the future shape
of the world's economies. Read it and
weep - You Know The Future Is Bright©.
One of the best ways to get rich has always been to innovate. Not
to invent, because there are quite a few geniuses around when you've
got 8 billion people living on the Earth, but rather to turn a
useless invention into a profitable product. This doesn't have to
involve research or the actual building of a quality product. Marketing
can sell almost anything, and the fact that the device works as advertised
is often just a minor bonus. In Neon Twilight the Intercons are pure business
competitors, absolving themselves of any responsibility to society
or the burdens of molding government. Results speak for themselves,
and the only results worth speaking about are printed in the
At the cutting edge of biomedical science, microsurgery, and
health services1, the
EUMED (Good Medicine) combine crosses traditional clan lines
sinks its talons deep into the medical-industrial complex
that forms the backbone of the modern United States.