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What Paul Allen Meant For Computing And Seattle

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen died Monday at the age of 65. The tech billionaire retired early from Microsoft but devoted many years to philanthropy. His wealth and business ventures have had a remarkable impact on Seattle.

Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson discusses with technology journalist¬†Todd Bishop (@toddbishop), co-founder and editor of GeekWire, who wrote about Allen’s legacy.

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