When the sense of personal competition has gone, when time has passed, the memories become more acute and more accurate, CNET reports. During Bill Gates’ interview Sunday night with Charlie Rose on CBS’s “60 Minutes,” Microsoft’s chairman released some emotion when speaking of visiting Steve Jobs during the Apple CEO’s last days. He said they’re talked about what they’d learned and about families. He said the conversation wasn’t melancholy, but it clearly is an emotional memory for Gates…

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