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 Bill Gates - “This is the first time in our 25-year history we've actually changed our vision statement,”
 Bill Gates - “The vision is really that in the information age the microprocessor-based machine, the PC, along with great software, can become sort of the ultimate tool dealing with not just text, but numbers and pictures, and eventually, even difficult things lik”
 Bill Gates - “We need to move beyond voice to voice and data, ... Microsoft can do this by bringing all the pieces together. And once we do, we are really going to surprise people.”
 Bill Gates - “WWW Nice toy, but what a waste of time.”
 Bill Gates - “My value is still so much higher than I ever expected it to be by a factor of about 50. So the fact that at one point it was say, a factor of 60, well -- that wealth is all going back to society anyway.”
 Bill Gates - “We have lusted after some of the things they did well, and we've done some things well, too, ... It's wonderful to see that coming together.”
 Bill Gates - “We lusted after some of those things (Palm) did well, and we wanted to combine it with the things we did well. It's wonderful to see those things come together.”
 Bill Gates - “With our foundation, with others ... we're getting the brightest scientists to come and work on these problems,”
 Bill Gates - “Governments around the world tell us that to interoperate effectively they need a more structured approach to building information technology (IT) systems.”
 Bill Gates - “Governments around the world tell us that to interoperate effectively they need a more structured approach to building information technology (IT) systems. Deploying an e-Government Strategy will help governments improve productivity and service delivery through seamless interoperability--as well as dramatically help cut costs.”
 Bill Gates - “It is really gratifying, for example, to visit India now and see that because they've had good educational institutions, and they've had a focus on it, there are more and more people in India participating in the world economy.”
 Bill Gates - “You see, antiquated ideas of kindness and generosity are simply bugs that must be programmed out of our world. And these cold, unfeeling machines will show us the way.”
 Bill Gates - “But we also believe that by connecting into the world of personal productivity, we can also do something very different.”
 Bill Gates - “You want literally everything in the world to be connected”
 Bill Gates - “The time is really now to change these things. That's true from the point of view of the relationship between the rich world and the poor world, it's true from a security point of view, an economic point of view. ... We're hopeful that the U.S. and other governments will see this as a turning point,”
 Bill Gates - “Between the better phone, small screen devices, better PC and the wireless environment, it's a whole new world of communications,”
 Bill Gates - “The world will get richer.”
 Bill Gates - “Peter Jackson is one of Hollywood's most exciting innovators, and our partnership with him will greatly broaden the appeal of the Halo franchise. We're confident he'll create an epic that not only thrills existing Halo fans, but also introduces millions of moviegoers around the world to this amazing saga.”
 Bill Gates - “This collaboration is a case where I think that even what's available now is vastly underutilized around the world,”
 Bill Gates - “We're changing the world with technology.”
 Bill Gates - “Confirmed for a summer 2007 release, you can bet Bill Gates is pumped about Jackson's involvement. Peter Jackson is one of Hollywood's most exciting innovators, and our partnership with him will greatly broaden the appeal of the Halo franchise, ... We're confident he'll create an epic that not only thrills existing Halo fans, but also introduces millions of moviegoers around the world to this amazing saga.”
 Bill Gates - “It's simply the ingenuity of the software developers -- their brilliance, their energy in coming together and writing these software packages. At Microsoft, we need to recruit the best and the brightest.”
 Bill Gates - “I don't think you'd be interviewing me if we were any less nimble. You'd be writing our epitaph.”
 Bill Gates - “We always overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next ten. Don't let yourself be lulled into inaction.”
 Bill Gates - “Password systems today just aren't cutting it. I'm not pretending that we're going to move away from passwords overnight, but for corporate systems, this change can happen over three to four years.”

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