For Bill Gates, technology is still the solution. He shows Charlie Rose some inventions he’s working on to help heal the world.

Bill Gates 2.0

July 28, 2013 4:00 PM


Bill Gates speaks with unexpected emotion about his relationship — and rivalry — with the late Steve Jobs; and, he goes back to Lakeside, the Seattle high school where a rummage sale held by the mothers’ club set him on his path to help change the world. Then, Outtakes from a psychology professor’s lab in which children had to choose between fairness and chocolate

60 Minutes Overtime

July 28, 2013 2:45 PM

Category: Corporate Management, Video

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5 Responses to “60 Minutes: Bill Gates 2.0”

  1. MayorQuimby says:

    Jobs and Gates defined the era in which I grew up and I have immense respect for both men.

  2. Mike in Nola says:

    Don’t have time to watch this at the moment, but Bill Gates reminds me of Andrew Carnegie who was at times a ruthless tycoon in building his fortune, but the purpose of it all was to do good with his fortune.

  3. Greg0658 says:

    saw it live’ish .. that “blue toliet/shower” reuse grayWater for zones without water/sewer system looked great

    was thinking squatters in Detroit outbacks could test-drive the massProduction prototypes in Our New PushLines

    BUT but – if solar generation & reuse grayWater takes off on/in conestoga wagons – our capitalist castles opSys is gonna have to fund the infrastucture all on their own .. no subsidies gonna come your way in a survival of the fittest new world

  4. Bob A says:

    It would be nice if he’d nudge/kick Ballmer out the door and get someone into Microsoft to fix the mess

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