11-year-old Ramarni Wilfred of Loom Grove, Romford took a Mensa test and scored higher than Steven Hawking, Bill Gates and Albert Einstein! He scored a whopping 162! 183 more words
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I’ve written at length for my distrust of Microsoft, representing in my view, a road that personal and business computing should have never gone down. 535 more words
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Fíjate como Steve observa a Bill intentando armar la historia para contarla pero distraído por los modelos de computadoras de la época (irrelevantes en ese momento). 987 more words
Successful entrepreneurs almost invariably have a sense of personal exceptionalism
There are signs that Bill Gates — multi-billionaire do-gooder, Giving Pledge arm twister, and “leverager” of your tax dollars — is at last catching on to the nature and benefits of capitalism, although he still has some way to go. 880 more words
Bill Gates and Melinda Gates gave Stanford’s commencement (graduation) speech in June 2014. Here’s my account:
An 11-year-old in the U.K. found out he’s a genius after taking an IQ test. His 162 score makes him smarter than Bill Gates – and… 193 more words
The political philosopher Benjamin Barber may be a little theoretical for the general reader, but he really gets what’s happening these days: “We can be glad Carnegie built libraries, glad that the Gateses are battling AIDS, but inequality will not end because billionaires give back some of the spoils of monopoly.” ( 871 more words