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Sure, he’s probably best known for being a genius billionaire philanthropist, but did you know that Bill Gates is also technically a game developer?
Back in 1981, Gates and his pal Neil Konzen collaborated on one of the earliest PC games ever (in fact, some classify it as the first PC game) in the form of Donkey, a simple “racing” game centered around a car dodging wayward donkeys in the road.
And in a few moments, the two will share a stage tonight for the first time in more than 20 years for what promises to be a historic discussion.
Live transcripts are available at the following sites: All Things Digital Engadget Macworld Gizmodo Video Macintosh Software Dating Game Video - Bill Gates and Steve Jobs in 1983 Jobs and Gates - Part 1/7 - much more enjoyable to watch than the transcript.