Catfishing is a guessing game built from Wikipedia articles. Given a list
of all the categories that an article belongs to, you must guess which article it's describing.
(Beware: This game is not using live Wikipedia data, so some questions may be many years out of date.)
Here's your first one:
|Windows people||American technology writers||American entrepreneurs|
|1955 births||Time magazine Persons of the Year||American businesspeople|
|Microsoft employees||Forbes 400||Junior Chamber International|
|People from Seattle||American computer programmers||Internet history|
|Living people||Knights Commander of the Order of the British Empire||Computer pioneers|
|American agnostics||American philanthropists||National Medal of Technology recipients|
|Forbes World's Richest People||Software magnates||Erd?s number 4|
That was Bill Gates
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