“Sesungguhnya pada diri Rasulullah ada teladan yang baik bagimu, yaitu bagi orang yang mengharap Allah dan hari akhir serta banyak berdzikir kepada Allah.”
"KETIKA KITA SUDAH MELIHAT VISI DAN TUJUAN HIDUP KITA DENGAN JELAS KITA AKAN LUPA MAKAN PAGI "
"SuKSES ADALAH GURU YANG BURUK, HAL INI DAPAT MENGGODA ORANG PANDAI BERPIKIR TIDAK BISA KALAH"
"Be nice to nerds. Chances are you'll end up working for one."
If you think your teacher is tough, wait until you get a boss. He doesn't have tenure.
~Bill Gates ~
“Until we're educating every kid in a fantastic way, until every inner city is cleaned up, there is no shortage of things to do.”
About the Lecture
Bill Gates’ talk at MIT provided an optimistic view of the next generation of computer science, now that the “rough draft” is done. Gates finds a paradox today in that computer science is poised to transform work and home life, “but people’s excitement level is not as high as it was five years ago during the Internet bubble.” Because most sectors of the computer industry—from microchips to storage, displays to wireless connectivity— continuously improve in performance, Gates predicts a flood of new products and applications. He sported a wristwatch that receives data wirelessly, as well as keeps its user on schedule. Gates describes "rich, new peripherals" such as ultra-wideband digital cameras and he demonstrates software that allows pictures to be archived using a 3D visual interface with a built-in time, date, and keyword database. He says that computer science is merging with and making over such fields as astronomy and biology, by unifying vast, unwieldy data collections into easily navigable libraries. And Gates appears confident that technological breakthroughs will ultimately resolve urgent problems of computer and network security.
About the Speaker
WILLIAM H. GATES III