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Saturday, March 11, 2006

Fighting disease...

... is rather harder than squashing Netscape. But Bill Gates is doing a pretty good job of it, as this story in the Financial Times, "The casual-trousered philanthropists," highlights.

This will sound completely batty now, but here's a prediction: 100 years from now, Gates will be remembered more for his philanthropy than for Microsoft.

If I turn out to be wrong, sue me.
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