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I work hard because, I love my work.
                                                      - Bill Gates

Bill Gates sayings

  • You know capitalism is this wonderful thing that motivates people, it causes wonderful inventions to be done. But in this area of diseases of the world at large, it's really let us down.
  • Unemployment rates among Americans who never went to college are about double that of those who have a post secondary education.
  • Just in terms of allocation of time resources, religion is not very efficient. There's a lot more I could be doing on a Sunday morning.
  • 3D is a way of organizing things, particularly as we're getting much more media information on the computer, a lot more choices, a lot more navigation than we've ever had before.
  • You can't have a rigid view that all new taxes are evil.
  • The world has been very careful to pick very few diseases for eradication, because it is very tough.
  • Being flooded with information doesn't mean we have the right information or that we're in touch with the right people.
  • Music, even with these dial-up connections you have to the Internet, is very practical to download.
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  • I believe the returns on investment in the poor are just as exciting as successes achieved in the business arena, and they are even more meaningful!
  • Digital technology has several features that can make it much easier for teachers to pay special attention to all their students.
  • I think when smallpox was eliminated, the whole world got pretty excited about that because it's just such a dramatic success.
  • It is hard to overstate how valuable it is to have all the incredible tools that are used for human disease to study plants.
  • It's a nice reader, but there's nothing on the iPad I look at and say, 'Oh, I wish Microsoft had done it.
  • Philanthropy should be voluntary.
  • The thing about HD-DVD that is attractive to Microsoft is that it's very pro-consumer in letting you copy all movies up onto the hard disk.
  • Whenever you have multiple devices including multiple PCs that you want to share information with, it's always been a bit complicated.

Bill Gates thoughts

The most interesting biofuel efforts avoid using land that's expensive and has high opportunity costs. They do this by getting onto other types of land, or taking advantage of byproducts that aren't used in the food chain today, or by intercropping.


In energy, you have to plan and do research way in advance, sometimes decades in advance to get a new system that's safer, doesn't require us to go around the world to get all our oil.


By 2035, there will be almost no poor countries left in the world. Almost all countries will be what we now call lower-middle income or richer.


Drones overall will be more impactful than I think people recognize, in positive ways to help society.


If you count E-mail, I'm on the Internet all day, every day.


K to 12 is partly about baby sitting the kids so the parents can do other things.

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Fortunately for India, it has got a growing economy. If it is doing the right things with taxation and focusing on the right areas for human development, it is going to have no problem, over a period of time, taking care of its own needs.


The common thread for everything I do is this idea of a Web-services architecture. What does that mean? It means taking components of software and systems and having them be self-describing, so that you can aim them, ask them what their capabilities are, and communicate with them using a standard protocol.


There's 20 companies that I have investments in - some batteries, some solar-thermal, one big nuclear thing. We need hundreds and hundreds of companies like that, so that in a 20-year time frame we really are starting to change the energy infrastructure.


I don't have a magic formula for prioritizing the world's problems.


Someone in the society has to deal with the reality that there are finite resources and we're Making trade-offs, and be explicit about that. When the car companies were found to have a memo that actually said, "This safety feature costs X and saved Y lives," the very existence of that memo was considered damning. Or when you made it reimbursable for a doctor to ask, "Do you want heroic care at the end-of-life," that was a death panel. No, it wasn't a death panel! It was asking somebody to make a decision.


Microsoft's philosophy is to 'do things better.' And Vista has given us lots of opportunity to do that.


In a system of capitalism, as people's wealth rises, the financial incentive to serve them rises. As their wealth falls, the financial incentive to serve them falls, until it becomes zero. We have to find a way to make the aspects of capitalism that serve wealthier people serve poorer people as well.


One of the most inventive forms of creative capitalism involves someone we all know very well. A few years ago, I was sitting in a bar here in Davos with Bono. Late at night, after a few drinks, he was on fire, talking about how we could get a percentage of each purchase from civic-minded companies to help change the world. He kept calling people, waking them up, and handing me the phone to show me the interest.


The answer is simple, and harsh. The market did not reward saving the lives of these children, and governments did not subsidize it. So the children died because their mothers and their fathers had no power in the market and no voice in the system.


If you want to build a great company, get the hell out of Silicon Valley.

Animating Quotes by Bill Gates

We don't have the user centricity. Until we understand context, which is way beyond presence - presence is the most trivial notion, just am I on this device or not; it doesn't say am I meeting with something, am I focused on writing something.


Any operating system without a browser is going to be fucking out of business. Should we improve our product, or go out of business?


If we have optimism without empathy then it doesn't matter how much we master the secrets of science. We're not really solving problems, we're just working on puzzles.


The two areas that are changing, are information technology and medical technology. Those are the things that the world will be very different 20 years from now than it is today.

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India just went 3 years with no cases [of polio]. Pakistan is our toughest location right now because some parts of the Taliban have not allowed vaccinators to come in and have even attacked vaccinators. We are hopeful this will get resolved since no one wants their kid to be paralyzed. I spend a lot of time making sure the polio campaign is doing the best it can. We have great computer models that help guide our activities.


When you have the medical advances you think will they be available to everyone. Will they not just be for the rich world or even just the rich people and the rich world? Will they be for the world at large?


Personal computing today is a rich ecosystem encompassing massive PC-based data centers, notebook and Tablet PCs, handheld devices, and smart cell phones. It has expanded from the desktop and the data center to wherever people need it - at their desks, in a meeting, on the road or even in the air.


The present and future of knowledge attainment and essential business skills.


We're at the point now where the challenge isn't how to communicate effectively with e-mail; it's ensuring that you spend your time on the e-mail that matters most.


Microsoft's only factory asset is the human imagination.


Instead of buying airplanes and playing around like some of our competitors, we've rolled almost everything back to the company.


You have to have a certain realism that government is a pretty blunt instrument and without the constant attention of highly qualified people with the right metrics, it will fall into not doing things very well.


Microsoft has had clear competitors in the past. It's a good thing we have museums to document that.


I've said some stupid things and some wrong things, but not that. No one involved in computers would ever say that a certain amount of memory is enough for all time.


I realized about 10 years ago that my wealth has to go back to society. A fortune, the size of which is hard to imagine, is best not passed on to one's children. It's not constructive for them.


Customer service will become the primary value added function of every business.

Messages of Bill Gates


  1. Only a few businesses will succeed by having the lowest price, so most will need a strategy that includes customer services.
  2. Like my friend Warren Buffett, I feel particularly lucky to do something every day that I love to do. He calls it "tap dancing to work."
  3. Most of our competitors were one-product wonders. They would do their one product, but never get their engineering sorted out.
  4. Learning to write programs stretches your mind, and helps you think better, creates a way of thinking about things that I think is helpful in all domains.
  5. I see little commercial potential for the Internet for at least ten years.
  6. If you're asking whether I intentionally mess up my hair, no, I don't. And certain things, like my freckles, they're just there. I don't do anything consciously. I suppose I could get contact lenses. I suppose I could comb my hair more often.
  7. Here at work we're all just trying to get a job done. My people have the confidence of their convictions and they know their skills. And that occupies most of my time.
  8. The information highway will transform our culture as dramatically as Gutenberg's press did the Middle Ages.
  9. It's been proven that of all the interventions to reduce poverty, improving agricultural productivity is the best.
  10. If you rely too much on the people in other countries and other companies, in a sense that's your brain and you are outsourcing your brain.
  11. The job was to put into a, a computer with only 4K of memory an entire basic full blown, floating point Basic and that's one of the greatest programming feats I've ever had a chance to work on.

Animating quotes by Albert Einstein

When you develop software, the people who write the software, the developers are the key group but the testers also play an absolutely critical role. They're the ones who ah, write thousands and thousands of examples and make sure that it's going to work on all the different computers and printers and the different amounts of memory or networks that the software'11 be used in. That's a very hard job.


The trick generally is to break programs into pieces and have those pieces be individually testable and so then when you move on to the other pieces you treat it as a black box knowing that it either works or doesn't work.


Software is inherently complicated. If you say to somebody I want an airline reservation system, to really say what you want in terms of overbooking and fares, and different airlines communicating with each or schedule changes, it's immensely complex. And so you can't write a program that's any simpler than that full specification.


Good programmers stay open minded to that even though there is no obvious way to improve what they've done they. they keep looking and they listen to what other people have to say.


The term, information at your fingertips, is to remind people what a broad role the personal computer will be playing. It's not a computation device, it's not a word processing or a spreadsheet device. It's a window onto the world of information.


Software is definitely engineering. It's different in that we take on novel tasks every time. It's not like building a certain bridge that is virtually identical to some previous bridge or some previous building.


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