(hypergolem, once again modulated)
Microsoft is a company in Redmond Washington:
In 1975, you couldn't buy a personal computer—unless you wanted to build it yourself. Collaborating with coworkers meant poring over photo or carbon copies of documents. And keeping in touch? We turned to Uncle Sam or Ma Bell.
Yet, in 1975 Bill Gates and Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen saw the potential to turn a hobbyist's toy into something more. They sold the first software language program—called BASIC—for the MITS Altair 8800, the first "personal computer." BASIC, and the many more software programs that soon followed from Microsoft developers and partners, helped spark a technology revolution that has transformed how we do business, how we live, and how we learn.
What is a Turing quotient version of Paxil?