Monday, April 27, 2009
Raising Bill Gates
The future software mogul was a headstrong 12-year-old and was having a particularly nasty argument with his mother at the dinner table. Fed up, his father threw a glass of cold water in the boy's face.
"Thanks for the shower," the young Mr. Gates snapped. (Bill Gates tried about that time to play the trombone with little success.)
BAD HARDWARE : Using later that juvenile character advantage Sir Bill took over the software market.