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June 11, 2012 at 7:35 AM

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Discuss: Who should history remember — Steve Jobs or Bill Gates?

Author Malcolm Gladwell believes in 50 years, history will remember Bill Gates but Steve Jobs will be forgotten, according to The Seattle Times Microsoft Pri0 blog.

What do you think?

Bill Gates brought the personal computer to the masses and may or may not be able to eradicate malaria through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the largest charitable organization in the world.

Steve Jobs built beautiful personal devices like the iPod, iPhone and iPad. Also, if you're an Apple shareholder, you're a lot happier right now than a Microsoft shareholder.

Who should be remembered and why? Let us know in the comments below.


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Let's remember Linus Torvalds instead. MORE
Did Gates die? No? Then lets "remember" Jobs for now - Gates can still have... MORE
Why do we need to remember one and forget the other? Can't history remember both? MORE

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