Thursday, September 24th, 2009

Classic: “Gates Made Ctrl+Alt+Del Famous”

September 17, 2009 by Rico Mossesgeld  
Filed under Virtual Hilarity

Classic: “Gates Made Ctrl+Alt+Del Famous”

The quality betrays the following video’s age, but dissing Microsoft for coming out with unreliable OSes is a timeless practice. Here’s how David Bradely, inventor of Ctrl+Alt+Del, gave Bill Gates the rhetorical smackdown, during the 20th anniversary celebration of the IBM PC:
I honestly wonder what was going through Gates’ head, after Bradely joked that the Microsoft founder was responsible for making the key combination famous (implying of course, the numerous crashes that necessitated Ctrl+Alt+Del)? Was he the socially awkward geek unable to produce a witty comeback? So like yours truly, except for the billions of dollars in net worth of …read more

No iPhones or iPods Allowed in Bill Gates’ Estate

No iPhones or iPods Allowed in Bill Gates’ Estate

Well duh. That makes sense, like Steve Ballmer banning Google and iPods for his kids. Then again, Gates and Ballmer could be missing out on crucial market research opportunities.


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