Scientists back roadmap to rid world of polio by 2018 – StumbleUpon. This is fantastic. Along with Jimmy Carter and his center getting rid of guinea worm, and Bill Gates Foundation reducing/eliminating malaria we might have a very healthy future ahead.
A pinch of opportunity makes deep inequality more palatable. I wonder if this is why the world is like it is?
“It seems that even if people believe they have just the tiniest of chances to become the next Bill Gates, it’s enough to keep them tolerant of obvious inequality.”
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To me, it is that their life means more than just surviving. They somehow make the world a better place.
So using this scale, I have to place Bill Gates as greater than Steve Jobs. Being focused on the needs of the poor and disenfranchised is a noble goal, and one that I find very rewarding. The best times in my life hav [...]
30 seconds that changed the world: how Apples Macintosh changed computer screens forever Technology guardian.co.uk. Andy Hertzfeld is one of the key people who made the Apple Multi-finder. This was a major step and advancement that he even kept from Bill Gates.
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Steve Jobs predicts the impact of the Internet in 1985 9 to 5 Mac Steve Jobs predicts the impact of the Internet in 1985 Apple Intelligence. It’s nice that we had another visionary besides Bill Gates.
Melinda Gates Denies Her Children the Sweet, Delicious Temptation of Apple Products. Kind of silly isn’t it? Does it really matter? Can you really prevent the world from affecting your children? I don’t think so. Seems better to me to equip them to handle the different things the world offers than to shield them from everything.