In one seven-month period in 1971, Gates and his cohorts ran up 1,575 hours of computer time on the ISI mainframe, which averages out to eight hours a day, seven days a week. “It was my obsession,” Gates says of his early high school years. “I skipped athletics. I went up there at night. We were programming on weekends. It would be a rare week that we wouldn’t get twenty or thirty hours in. There was a period where Paul Allen and I got in trouble for stealing a bunch of passwords and crashing the system. We got kicked out. I didn’t get to use the computer the whole summer. This is when...
Note: ok so Bill Gates and his friemds got lots of opportunity to get better at prgramming. what happened to his friends? why arent thye all billionaires?
care if weekends turned into weeknights. Number four was that Gates
Note: Did theese thimgs just happen or did Gates pursue them?