Psystar makes Mac clones. Apple sues. Psystar sues. Business slows. Psystar can’t pay bills. Psystar files for bankruptcy. Court says too bad. Psystar creates black hole of business logic. Chris Foresman:
Logic doesn’t explain Psystar’s actions. Litigation with Apple is too costly, so Psystar had to file bankruptcy. Now bankruptcy is too costly, so the court must dismiss the case. And though Psystar can’t afford to pay its lawyers, it will apparently continue to litigate on behalf of the company against Apple, which we are sure they aren’t doing for free. The circular logic is spinning so out of control, forming a black hole where apparently even Psystar’s own good sense couldn’t escape and is forever lost.
Psystar sends newsletter to customers: “When life gives you apples, make applesauce.” How about: “When you find yourself in a hole it’s best to stop digging.”