David Bradley spent five minutes writing the computer code that has bailed out the world's PC users for decades.
"I didn't know it was going to be a cultural icon," Bradley said. "I did a lot of other things than CtrlAltDelete, but I'm famous for that one."
His fame depends on others failures.
At a 20-year celebration for the IBM PC, Bradley was on a panel with Microsoft founder Bill Gates and other tech icons. The discussion turned to the keys.
"I may have invented it, but Bill made it famous," Bradley said.
Gates didn't laugh.
HAHAHA, that's freakin great
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