ABOUT 7 OUT OF 10 OF THE MIDDLE-CLASS SURVEY RESPONDENTS SAID THAT THEY BELIEVE IT TAKES “A BIG OR NEW IDEA” TO BECOME WEALTHY.
ONLY 3 OUT OF 10 SELF-MADE MILLIONAIRES AGREED.
The Man Who Could Have Been Bill Gates
Gary Kildall was a thirty-year-old Ph.D. in computer science at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, when, in early 1972, he got a look at a new microchip produced by a local company called Intel Systems. The inch long Intel 4004 had been designed to work inside a desktop calculating machine, but Kildall and a handful of his fellow technophiles saw the 4004 for what it truly was: the nucleus ...