Good start, boring middle, ok end,
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This review is from: Idea Man: A Memoir by the Co-founder of Microsoft (Kindle Edition)
I got this book after reading Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography. This doesn't live up to that, but it's still good to read. the start of the book for 50-80 pages is quiet interesting all about the early days in computing and Microsoft. But then it also covers all of Paul's activities after Microsoft which i wasn't too happy with as it was all just him selling himself.. You didn't see much about his failures or regrets etc.. but the end of the book got back to computing and end ok.