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Microsoft, not content with 95 percent of the office productivity market, appears to want to take an additional few percentage points from OpenOffice.
The software company has changed its mission statement to focus on involving outside communities in the development of open-source value.
The company is struggling for life in some markets, but its history of making big shifts in strategic direction suggests it's got plenty of fight left.
Microsoft has embarked on creating a brave new world of IP enforcement, which promises to be much scarier than the old world it replaces.