Microsoft Iconic Founders Photo Recreated

Posted: Jun 25 2008, 1:13pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:02am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
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As you know it is Bill Gates last week at Microsoft. Microsoft PR is pushing out all kinds of material to mark this historic event. I am actually quite thrilled with what Bill Gates may achieve by going full-time into the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

The Iconic Albuquerque Photo was taken back in 1978 before MS moved to Washington.
30 years later they gathered all employees again to re-shoot the photo (see it below).
Actually all but Gates left Microsoft by the mid-1990s. None of them knew how big Microsoft was going to get, except maybe Gates.The photos show: Front row (left to right): Bill Gates, Andrea Lewis, Marla Wood, and Paul Allen.
Middle row: Bob O'Rear, Bob Greenberg, Marc McDonald, and Gordon Letwin.
Back row: Steve Wood, Bob Wallace, and Jim Lane. Not pictured is Miriam Lubow.
More details on the Microsoft site.


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