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Staff Reporter

Dirk Gates, a self-proclaimed "tech geek" who was writing his own computer programs by age 11, was standing in a computer store in the mid-1980s, preparing to buy a laptop PC, when he was struck by a multimillion-dollar idea.

Gates happened upon software that would allow computer users to transfer data between PCs at high rates of speed...

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