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From Techsightings.com: When Bill Gates started selling commercial programs that ran on home computers, many people considered him an opportunistic bleephead who was trying to get rich by doing something almost everyone else was willing to do for free. Gates also got a reputation early on as a crybaby, especially after this letter ("An open Letter to Hobbysts") was published in several computer magazines in 1976.