CP/M designer Gary Kildall at the first West Coast Computer Faire.
Pacific Grove is a world away from Silicon Valley. But the quiet seaside town is where the first personal computer operating system was invented. Gary Kildall, who died in 1994, has often been referred to as "the man who could have been Bill Gates" if not for one missed opportunity. It's a fascinating story, and those who remember are working to make sure it doesn't fade into forgotten history. Reporter: Krista Almanzan
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