The Sydney Morning Harold has an interesting, heartfelt, insipiring piece of Paul Allen, the seventh richest man in the world. I know, you probably haven’t heard of him, as haven’t the rest of the world. But to say he was the co-founder of Microsoft, is worth $28 billion, yes that’s a b not an m, raises eyebrows to many. This article, anyway, discusses Paul’s life and how developing the Hodkin’s disease changed it substancially. Apparently, Paul was as equal as a Microsoft co-founder than Bill. As a person, many say Paul was better — easy to get along with, a low temper, exactly the opposite of Bill. The reason I find this article quite interesting is because it’s funny how things turned out. Paul only left Microsoft because of the disease. Who knows, Bill could’ve got it and today we’d be talking about him instead. Or maybe the world would’ve been different all together. In any case, the article is a great read and I found it so interesting that I had to write about it..