Written by: David Heath | Published in: SpacePointing and laughing at the December 21st hoax is easy. Even easier to point and laugh at the (supposed) grown ups who think it's true. But what of the children who have heard the theories?
To pay so much attention to Bill Gates’ retirement is missing the point. What really matters is not Gates, nor Microsoft, but the unethical system of restrictions that Microsoft, like many other software companies, imposes on its customers.
That statement may surprise you, since most people interested in computers have strong feelings about Microsoft. Businessmen and [...]
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: MarketFifteen years after Kerry Packer and Bill Gates signed a landmark joint venture agreement which brought together Microsoft's software expertise and the Packer company television and media assets, Internet business, ninemsn, is celebrating its 15 year anniversary with a look back at its early development and the growth of the Web in Australia.
Summary: A look at how Bill Gates’ money buys him the coverage he wants and needs in order to take over US schools and other walks of life
IN THE PREVIOUS POST we explained just how the Gates Foundation was changing coverage in the press. A lot of publications are up for sale, if not literally then metaphorically.
Dark Gates, a game in which the player has to lead six heroes into a dungeon where they will fight their way through in order to destroy Dark Gates and the evil mage who is the master of the dungeon, is now at version 0.2.1 Alpha.
The game is still heavily under development, so there are a lot of new updates and changes added with every version.
Summary: The Gates Foundation poisons the little press that exists in Africa using another cash injection which tilts coverage and yields self-censorship
THIS MORNING we wrote about Gates' use of AGRA, which he contributed to creating in order to advance his investments in Africa (seeds with patents, expanding a monopoly to more continents).
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Summary: The board of the Washington Post drops Melinda Gates “shortly after the release of a highly critical report, funded partly by her foundation, which likened for-profit colleges to subprime-mortgage lenders, targeting low-income and traditionally underrepresented stude