We also had the tragic events of September 11th, and I know for everyone that's caused us to step back, think about our priorities. It's a tragedy that affects us personally and affects our businesses. For the computer industry in particular, I think it highlights the importance of security, giving that far more importance than we've had in the past. We don't want our digital systems to have weaknesses that allow for tragedies, exploiting the weaknesses that are there. And so there's a renewed sense of focus on that.
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Health care doesn't rise up very high on the agenda on a lot of poor countries, ... I think there are some countries with AIDS epidemics that haven't stepped up to get the message out on the behavioral change, or stepped up to get infrastructure for treatment . And where you have a lack of priority and lack of funding, it just breaks down.
I believe that computers are the most incredible tool we can use to feed our curiosity and inventiveness -- to help us solve problems that even the smartest people couldn't solve on their own, ... All Things Considered.
This is a key element of the technology industry getting re-energized and putting productivity back into other sectors of the economy that can get the economy back to where it was a couple of years ago,
640K ought to be enough for anybody.
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