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The following collection of white papers outlines the official position of NebCorp
with respect to issues of concern to the public. These policy papers breifly touch
upon some of the public policy initiatives that NebCorp has undertaken. As they
are neither complete nor comprehensive statements, they should not be construed
as NebCorp's definitive stance on any subject.
NebCorp Public Service
At first glance, it may seem a little strange to the
Cog as to why NebCorp would elect to reveal
its internal staff memos to the world. After all, important
trade secrets may be discussed by NebCorp Workers on the
internal mail system. Certainly, no corporation wishing
to stay competitive in the marketplace would wish to
divulge its secrets.
Yet, this is exactly what sets NebCorp apart from the
other corporations in the business of world domination.
At NebCorp, we invented the OpenConspiracy model
which resembles the open source computer software
movement. All information about the Corporation, its
Workers, and its Master Plan is available to you, the
faithful NebCorp consumer. By publishing our trade
secrets, we give you the opportunity to examine the
Master Plan. You can compare it to every aspect of not
only your life, but to the lives of your loved ones. In
doing so, you see exactly how you fit into the Master
Plan and you see exactly how it enhances your lifestyle.
In defining the OpenConspiracy model and practising it
throughout all levels of the Corporation, Nebcorp has
realized total integration on the z-axis. Such integration
allows the Corporation to deliver a fresh, meaningful
World Order and validates the bonds which oppress
you, the consumer.
Re-evaluting Swift: A Nutritional Analysis of Pre-Adolescents
Culling World Population Through Alteration of "Lite" Beers
Impact of Continuing Global Warming Efforts
Proposed Solutions to the New York Problem
Quarterly Evaluation of the Springfield Effect