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I sense... a disturbance in the Force...

Oh yeah. Bill Gates didn't go to work today.

He doesn't work for Microsoft anymore.

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Even if you're not a Microsoft fan, you have to admit, without Mr. Gates, where would the computer industry be? Where would we be?

Flash back time:

Ah, yes, I remember my very first personal computer... It was a Hewlett-Packard (not an "hp" ;-) with a MONSTER-sized monitor that took up a good 3/4 of my desk, a clunky keyboard and a "ball" mouse. It was running the latest OS: Windows 95. And get this: we were the first people on our street to get this new thing called the "World Wide Web" - whatever that meant. Our Service Provider? MSN, of course! Man, with my new computer (okay, in truth, it was a hand-me-down from Dad), I was the coolest 6-year-old in kindergarten. I had it made.

Yeah, MS has made a a few mistakes...*cough*Vista*cough* (doesn't that go without being said?), but Gates and his company really did shift the industry into gear, and they aren't stopping any time soon.

So, gentlemen, I ask you to join me as I tip my hat to Mr. Gates. Without him, I don't know who I would be.

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ll.138 years ago
But Steve is still there. :-|
Derin ll.138 years ago
go out steve jobs nobody wants u
Steve Jobs doesn't work for Microsoft.
I know,he works for APPLE

APPLE!APPLE!APPLE!APPLE!APPLE!!!!!

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ll.13 Derin8 years ago
Steve Ballmer, not Jobs
Derin ll.138 years ago
oh
Yeah, when Balmer goes, i'll be happy.
Labot2001 (author)  whatsisface8 years ago
Why's that?
From Wikipedia "Ballmer is also known as a vocal critic of competing companies and their products. He has referred to the free Linux software system as a "[…] cancer that attaches itself in an intellectual property sense to everything it touches." Ballmer was trying to articulate his concern that the GNU GPL license employed by such software requires that all derivative software be made open source."
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