Bill gates dating
Bill gates dating - very accomodating
We needed to talk behind the scenes when it wasn't working. Everything I've ever done, I've always had a partner.In the early days of Microsoft it was Paul Allen who helped come up with the ideas and build the early things.
Earlier in the video, Gates said that Microsoft in 1984 expects to get half of its revenues from Macintosh software, a statement which elicited a ridiculously giddy smile from Jobs.“It was late enough that I’m not sure what was open by then.So we sat at my house and talked.” Nineteen years of marriage and three children later, the couple is doing something right.“We really don’t watch TV; we like DVDs,” says the 49-year-old mother of three, sitting in a quiet corner of the hotel in a brown suit and gold earrings, her long hair down. When we go on a trip, we don’t just rely on the hotel movies; we actually take a bag of DVDs with us.” Her job is to figure out how to give away billions of dollars.The foundation has awarded .6 billion in grants since its start in 2000, focusing primarily on global health, poverty and education – combating malaria and HIV, designing better condoms and building better lavatories.When Jobs asks him if the Mac will be the third industry standard, Gates replies: Well to create a new standard it takes something that's not just a little bit different.
It takes something that's really new and really captures people's imagination.Now what's interesting is that Jobs had given Gates early access to the Mac in exchange for a promise that Microsoft wouldn't ship "any software that used a mouse until at least one year after the first shipment of the Macintosh." That tidbit comes straight from Andy Hertzfeld, one of the original Mac team members.Just one month later, however, Microsoft demoed Windows 1.0, mouse and all, at Comdex 1983.Earlier this year, she told the story to Fortune's Nina Easton of how Bill asked her out one Saturday morning in the company parking lot. Instead, he called her that night and things took off from there, In a newly published interview with Forbes' Caroline Howard, Gates explained why she eventually said yes to that first date.He reminded her of the guys she befriended in college when earning her computer-science degree: I worked around a lot of really intelligent guys in college because there were very few women. When I look back, Bill was the same kind of guy I was hanging out with in college.’” his wife Melinda Gates said in a recent NPR interview.