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For the next semester, it was Allen and Gates’s job to keep TRW’s PDP-10 system from crashing while the project was installed. While they worked, they continued to discuss where technology was going and what they could do about it. Allen kept tabs on the computer industry through the magazines he read. The potential of these things boggled his mind. ” Allen had no idea at the time just how much he was personally going to be a big force in trying to make that happen. He held on to the notion for years and eventually dubbed it his “Wired World” theory, into which he’d pour billions of dollars.
When they got to Seattle, Allen and Gates were still friends, like always. But their business relationship looked much less friendly. Gates had taken the president title for himself, as well as the premium office space, a palatial, corner office in the bland former Old National Bank building in Bellevue, Washington, where they’d leased space. Allen spent more time with the programmers, where he could focus on pushing the technology. YIN AND YANG 41 They weren’t completely unaware of their differences.
The new thing was the Intel 8008, which could handle the entire alphabet, and more. Allen insisted they build a computer before someone else built one first. Gates agreed to build a computer, but only because Allen came up with a compromise: They’d make one that would handle the traffic-analyzing business. Gates had had to be convinced because he didn’t think the 8008 chip alone was enough reason to build a computer. Even though it was better than the 4004, he still didn’t think it was good enough.