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Despite the humourous context, Gates attempts valiantly to talk seriously about how much software Microsoft is going to make for the Mac (and how much money he's going to make from it).The whole thing comes across as more than a bit shambolic in retrospect, although given that the audience consisted of Apple sales people they probably enjoyed it.Thirty years ago last Friday, Steve Jobs introduced the Macintosh to the world.About three months before that, Jobs took the stage at an Apple sales conference where he hosted the "Macintosh Software Dating Game." As revolutionary as the Mac was, it was important for Apple to get the support of big software players in order to see the platform to truly take off.According to Hertzfeld, Jobs "went ballistic" when he found out. " But Bill Gates just stood there coolly, looking Steve directly in the eye, before starting to speak in his squeaky voice.And to think, Jobs and Gates were as thick as thieves just a few weeks earlier. "Well, Steve, I think there's more than one way of looking at it.
Actor Josh Gad portrays Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple Computer.
The movie chronicles Steve Jobs life from 1971 to 2000.
Apple keynotes are slick, professional affairs with much chin-stroking and little overt laughter (at least, unless Craig Federighi is presenting), right?
And the Macintosh, of all the machines I've ever seen, is the only one that meets that standard.
Earlier in the video, Gates said that Microsoft in 1984 expects to get half of its revenues from Macintosh software, a statement which elicited a ridiculously giddy smile from Jobs.
Following what Jobs likely categorized as a betrayal was a Jobs/Gates confrontation you may have heard before, with Gates defends Microsoft's actions.