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Gates brought down by Media Center bugs (Silicon)

This truly is one of the funniest things I’ve seen for a while – Bill Gates made to look reasonably stupid as a result of the flaws in his own products. Finally, divine retribution for all those times your PC has crashed at the most inconvenient of times.


[ Please visit sjhoward.co.uk to view the video which appeared here ]

Visit sjhoward.co.uk to see the video which appears here.

This 180th post was filed under: Technology, Video.






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