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I checked and this series is not available for defered viewing on the web. I suggest you check the default BBC technology page here from Friday to check if there are any good highlight clips.
 

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Thanks!
 

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That was a very informative link Macaholic.

I learned things about both men that I had never heard before. an education to be sure and I hope Moscool is able to find some parts of the program for us to view.

Cheers

 

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Programme over. Gates wins. :confused:

Some very interesting parallels between the two moguls: vision, precocity, dropping out, wanting to change/control the world, a moment of deep shame, the ability to rebound are shared by both.

It should be no surprise that uncle Billy wins it, but good food for thought. Go to the BBC web site here to post your comments.

Note: this is a moderated thread, so comments won't appear in real time.
 

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Programme over. Gates wins.
That's no surprise. He IS undoubtedly the most powerful man in tech. For those that have predicted since 1984 Apple going bankrupt, however, it's not such a small footnote that Jobs was the guy compared to Gates. I'm sure Michael Dell is thumping his fist at the dinner table, tonight.
 
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