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It was 640K (of RAM) ... but yeah, that's the guy.
It seemed to work for him, though. I remember the Bill Gates Wealth Page
from the very early days of the internet that showed it would actually
cost him money to stop, bend over, and pick up a $100 bill lying on the
According to their figures, Bill Gates has made over $119 every 4 seconds
since the founding of Microsoft, and if it takes 4 seconds to stoop down
and pick up found money ...
> Wasn't Bill Gates the one who said something like, "256K ought to be enough
> for anybody"? He's seems to be the king of underestimation in my
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: john -at- garisons -dot- com
>> In yet another dimly recalled Gates-ian interview, he once said that
nothing good ever resulted from a project that had more than 50 people
working on it.
>> Vista had how many engineers?
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