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by Bill Gates

ePub Penguin Readers Level 6: Business @ the Speed of Thought (Penguin Readers) (Penguin Joint Venture Readers) download
Author:
Bill Gates
ISBN13:
978-0582343009
ISBN:
0582343003
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Publisher:
Penguin Longman Publishing (February 19, 2001)
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Subcategory:
English as a Second Language
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1914 kb
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Bill Gates is the founder of Microsoft. Series: Penguin Joint Venture Readers. Paperback: 112 pages.

Bill Gates is the founder of Microsoft. He thinks that businesses use computers in the same way we use our nervous system. In this book, he describes his idea of a 'Digital Nervous System' - a way for companies to get as much as possible from all the money they have spent on computers. Publisher: Penguin Longman Publishing (February 19, 2001).

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Bill Gates is the founder of Microsoft. He thinks that businesses use computers in the same way we use our nervous system. In this book, he describes his idea of a 'Digital Nervous System' - a way for companies to get as much as possible from all the money they have spent on computers.