And you can see that startups take over market share gradually by making quality products, being closer to the final user and improving gradually.
It's a cycle that moves the market and there's always a breach. I don't see this being stable soon.
... and every startup either dies or becomes the next IBM. It's an iterative cycle where companies repeat the same mistakes over and over because they think they would be able to sustain doing / being better while growing.
I wish it worked that way, it did not so far. See Google. Small "do googy startup". Now they are big. And no longer goody two shoe folks.
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