Microsoft, then and now…

Microsoft, then and now

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Man, who could have predicted back in 1978 that this collection of nerds, dweebs, and hippies would come to rule the desktop? A time when a PC in every home was just a vision and 640KB of memory ought to be enough for anybody. That’s the original Microsoft “family” re-photographed 30 years later (minus Bob Wallace who died in 2002) in preparation for Bill Gates to slip into tomorrow’s smoking jacket of retirement. It’s better than a gold watch we guess.

(Via Engadget)

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