Soundbite: Steve Capps on online social gaming and Bill Gates playing Bridge
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Steve Capps, one of the creators of the Macintosh and a Microsoft executive in the 1990s, tells a story from his days of working alongside Bill Gates.
Unused material from an interview conducted while researching my upcoming book, The Secret History of Mac Gaming, which is publishing in 2018 (during northern hemisphere Spring/southern hemisphere Autumn). More info about the book at unbound.com/books/macgaming.
Music from this soundbite comes from a collection of 1920s jazz recordings available at archive.org/details/Free20sJazz_Collection.
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