Good morning, 12s. Here’s a observation of what’s ‘available for today – Monday, March 4 – about your Seattle Seahawks:
An Everlasting Relationship
On February 28, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates stood at a podium speaking at a celebration event for the new laptop technology building at the University of Washington. The $110 million, 135,000 square-foot construction is known as after the Microsoft co-founder and his spouse, Melinda Gates.
As Gates spoke so eloquently in front of the gang, he recalled some fond reminiscences with the late Microsoft co-founder and Seahawks owner Paul Allen. Gates mentioned stories he had with Allen sneaking into homes on the UW campus and tinkering around with the college’s computer systems, which turned into a key step in the journey that led them to launch Microsoft in later years.
Geekwire.Com reviews that Gates displayed a few apparent and rare emotions while speaking approximately Allen. “It might have been fantastic if Paul might have been here,” said Gates concerning his longtime enterprise associate. “He deserves so much credit for what occurred at Microsoft and for usually believing in innovation and believing in the University of Washington. Hopefully, he someplace can appreciate the terrific improvement this is taking location right here, incredibly in his honor.”
Allen was also a big effect on UW’s pc technology software, donating $14 million in 2003 to open the unique construction for this system. It was then renamed to the ‘Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering’ after Allen donated every other $40 million to UW. Both Gates and Allen have had a big effect on the UW CSE software through the years.
Social Post Of The Day
Today’s ‘Social Post of the Day comes from NFL.Com author Chase Goodbread, as he reviews at the Seahawks incorporating a staring contest into one among their interviews at the NFL Scouting Combine.
More From Around The Web
Seahawks.Com’s John Boyle reports on two WSU football gamers, quarterback Gardner Minshew and offensive address Andre Dillard, on the NFL Scouting Combine after fans decided via Twitter who they desired him to a cowl.
Gregg Bell from The Tacoma News Tribune on how the 2019 NFL income cap will affect the Seattle Seahawks.
Larry Stone at The Seattle Times explains how Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson’s success within the NFL has helped pave the way for Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray.
Bob Condotta at The Seattle Times stocks his analysis of 7 things to learn about the Seahawks from the NFL Scouting Combine.
Time Travel With TuneIn
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