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Gates displays software's future to UW-Madison students

Microsoft chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates talked with UW-Madison undergraduates about the promise of the technology industry when he stopped in their classroom during his 2005 College Tour. UW-Madison was one of five universities included in the tour, which is promoting greater youth involvement in technology careers.
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"Around the world we can move to much larger numbers, and have access to every piece of information around the world," Gates said. "The wealth of material for the motivated student is really quite mind-blowing, so we should have that available to every student."

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"One of the places that's changed a lot is the living room- you think of the TV, the desktop and the video game system as three different things," Gates said, "We have this image where all the devices work together."


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Les Chappell is a writer for WTN in Madison. He can be reached at


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