Submitted by mpctips 1015d ago | article

Reddit Recap: Bill Gates' Seven Best Responses

Maximum PC: Bill Gates is a rock star on so many levels. Yes, he co-founded Microsoft, built his net worth to tens of billions of dollars, and now spends his days doing philanthropy work through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, all of which are admirable in their own right. It would be easy for someone in his position to be an egotistical jerk who's disconnected from the public at large, but instead, this is the same guy who once did the Robot next to Jerry Seinfeld, made us crave churros in another Vista ad, and more recently (as in, yesterday) answered a boatload of questions on Reddit. (Bill Gates, Culture, Reddit, Web)

newsguy  +   1016d ago
can i has one million dollars bill, just one?
mcstorm  +   1015d ago
I like Bill. What he did with Microsoft up until he left and all the work he dose for people who needs it is amazing. He always seems to make time for other people and was never scared to help out rivals like apple etc.

He also has a since of humour which is hard to come by with old school geeks.

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