I looked at my corporation history the other day. I'd been in Sebiestor Tribe for quite some time.
The NPC corp life is a bit different. The corporation chat window is almost always blinking as people chat. There are questions and conversations, people say good morning and wish each other good night. They discuss fits and discuss PvE and very, very rarely the topic of PvP may come up. When it does, it is mostly how to deal with people.
I watched someone roar in defiance at any CODE. watchers that might be there. I've seen them chat with a suicide ganker while others tried to rescue someone who had gone into a wormhole. They chat with newbies, sometimes they share recipes, and in general they live a very, very different Eve lifestyle to what I have so far.
It has been fascinating. It is not home. I to deeply desire to be around people who wish to be around me. No one knows what the CSM is. No one has ever commented on my name. Their world of Eve is not filled with news or third party websites. They never discuss development blogs or notice what is happening in the news.
Some leave. They ask for advice or wish everyone well when they go into the corporation lifestyle. Others are firmly resolved to stay where they are. The NPC corporation is the best corporation they say. They don't want structures, they even often avoid incursions. They have a very social game of Eve but they spend that time alone as well. And they are happy with it.
It has been an interesting time here. A little bit different. A few new things to learn. Some perspectives that I might not have been able to form. But the NPC corp life is not for the rest of my Eve.