- Bill Gates pays homage to his Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in the Wall Street Journal.
- He's thinking about meeting Allen in high school and starting Microsoft together.
- "Paul has earned more time in life," Gates wrote.
He also remembers the moment that Allen came for him in 1974 and Microsoft was born
"One day he came and fetched me, insisting that I hurried with him to a nearby newsstand when we arrived , he showed me the cover of the January issue of Popular Electronics, showing a new computer called the Altair 8800 running on a powerful new chip, Paul looked at me and said, "This will happen without us!" This moment marked the end my college career and the beginning of our new company Microsoft. "
He likes to remember Allen's ability to explain complex ideas in simple terms, his musical talent and his generosity.
"His generosity In our hometown of Seattle, Paul helped fund homeless shelters, brain research and art education." He also built the amazing Pop Culture Museum, which showcases some of his huge collection of music, science fiction, and memorabilia Film, "writes Gates, himself a well-known philanthropist.
He concluded," Paul has earned more time in life. He would have made the best of it. I will miss him very much. "
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