The Macintosh Software Dating Game

Steve Jobs hosts the MacIntosh Dating Game back in 1983, and three software CEOs awkwardly shamble out to try to seduce: Fred Gibbons of Software Publishing Corporation, Mitch Kapor of Lotus and a young Bill Gates, who announces to riotous applause that in 1984, Microsoft will generate half its revenues from Macintosh software. Then Jobs begins asking all three CEOs very pointed questions of all three gents about their favorite place to make whoopie.

Exquisitely lame.

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One Response to The Macintosh Software Dating Game

  1. That Evening Sun says:

    “Then Jobs begins asking all three CEOs very pointed questions of all three gents about their favorite place to make whoopie.”

    That would be the butt, Steve.

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