Well, the man's not dead yet, and it's impossible to just give away 39 billion dollars all at once, without making sure it's going to be used the right way, etc.mduser63 said:Gates does give a lot of money to charity, but as a percentage of his wealth, it's very little. It seems to me that with 40 billion dollars in the bank, he could give away 39 billion of that to charity and quit making money now and still be VERY well off for the rest of his life. Still, I appreciate that Gates helps organizations that he believes in. Steve Jobs may do the same. As the article points out, it wouldn't be surprising if Jobs donates money anonymously/secretly.
very true. very true. Without Jobs, we would be working on one big computer, having to say "yankeefan24, logs on" and only one person could be on a server at one point. I think that Steve deserves more recognition than he gets. After all, he did co-invent the personal computer (I'm not using the term PC because that is too often associated with windows).Bad Beaver said:Kahney does realize that without Apple & Steve Jobs he would not even have a job?
Did you?portland said:did you read it?