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When Bill Gates first heard about Linux

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Do you know who was responsible for telling Bill Gates about Linux for the first time?

My dear husband offers up this question to aquaintances at regular intervals. Then, as they shake their heads, he replies: "My wife."

The standard response is disbelief and a look that suggests hubby dear is completely off his trolley. As his wife, I can assure you that this is not so. It's a true story.

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