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1. Bill Gates earns US$250 every SECOND, that’s about US$20 Million a DAY and US$7.8 Billion a YEAR!

2. If he drops a thousand dollar, he won’t even bother to pick it up bcoz the 4 seconds he picks it, he would’ve already earned it back.

3. The US national debt is about 5.62 trillion, if Bill Gates were to pay the debt by himself; he will finish it in less then 10 years.

4. He can donate US$15 to everyone on earth but still be left with US$5 Million for his pocket money.

5. Michael Jordan is the highest paid athlete in US. If he doesn’t drink and eat, and keeps up his annual income i.e. US$30 Million, he’ll have to wait for 277 years to become as rich as Bill Gates is now.

6. If Bill Gates was a country, he would be the 37th richest country on earth.

7. If you change all of Bill Gate’s money to US$1 notes, you can make a road from earth to moon, 14 times back and forth. But you have to make that road non-stop for 1,400 years, and use a total of 713 BOEING 747 planes to transport all the money.

8. Bill Gates is 40 this year(when he is at 40). If we assume that he will live for another 35 years, he has to spend US$6.78 Million per day to finish all his money before he can go to heaven.

Letter is from OBAMA to Mr. Bill Gates of Microsoft
Subject: Problems with my new computer

Dear Mr. Bill Gates,

We have bought a computer for our home and we have found some
problems,  which I want to bring to your notice.

1. There is a button ‘start‘ but there is no ‘stop‘ button. We request you to check this.

2. We find there is ‘Run‘ in the menu. One of my friends clicked ‘run’   he ran up to Amritsar ! So, we request you to change that to ‘sit‘, so that we can click that by sitting.

3. One doubt is whether any ‘re-scooter‘ is available in system? I
find    only ‘re-cycle‘, but I own a scooter at my home.

4. There is ‘Find‘ button but it is not working properly. My wife lost the door key and we tried a lot trace the key with this ‘ find’
button,  but was unable to trace. Please rectify this problem.

5. My child learnt ‘Microsoft word‘ now he wants to learn ‘Microsoft sentence‘, so when you will provide that?

6. I brought computer, CPU, mouse and keyboard, but there is only one icon which shows ‘MY Computer’: when you will provide the remaining items?

7. It is surprising that windows says ‘MY Pictures’ but there is not even a single photo of mine. So when will you keep my photo in that.

8. There is ‘MICROSOFT OFFICE’ what about ‘MICROSOFT HOME’ since I use the PC at home only.

9. You provided ‘My Recent Documents’. When you will provide ‘My Past Documents’?

10. You provide ‘My Network Places’. For God shake please do not
provide ‘My Secret Places’. I do not want to let my wife know where I go after my  office hours.



Last one from me to Mr Bill Gates :

Sir, how is it that your name is Gates but u are selling WINDOWS?

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So where do you want to go tomorrow? That’s the question Bill Gates tries to answer in Business @ the Speed of Thought. Gates offers a 12-step program for companies wanting to do business in the next millennium.

business at the speed of thought

Bill Gates offers a 12-step program for companies wanting to do business in the next millennium. The book’s premise: Thanks to technology, the speed of business is accelerating at an ever-increasing rate, and to survive, it must develop an infrastructure–a “digital nervous system”–that allows for the unfettered movement of information inside a company. Gates writes that “The most meaningful way to differentiate your company from your competition … is to do an outstanding job with information. How you gather, manage, and use information will determine whether you win or lose.”

The book is peppered with examples of companies that have already successfully engineered information networks to manage inventory, sales, and customer relationships better. The examples run from Coca-Cola’s ability to download sales data from vending machines to Microsoft’s own internal practices, such as its reliance on e-mail for company-wide communication and the conversion of most paper processes to digital ones (an assertion that seems somewhat at odds with the now-infamous “by hand on sheets of paper” method of tracking profits that was revealed during Microsoft’s antitrust trial).