Doodle-bug

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Thank goodness for that. It turns out that the doodlings attributed to Mr Blair at Davos - and interpreted in minute detail by us, among others - were not his, but those of the Microsoft billionaire, Bill Gates. It is Mr Gates, then, who writes vertically because he is "not rooted in practicality"; Mr Gates whose handwriting resembles that of a 10-year-old; Mr Gates whose circles betray "an inability to complete tasks"; Mr Gates whose penchant for boxes shows a need to "compartmentalise and impose control". We may have learnt nothing about the PM, but at least we now know what it takes to start up and run a global software giant.

Thank goodness for that. It turns out that the doodlings attributed to Mr Blair at Davos - and interpreted in minute detail by us, among others - were not his, but those of the Microsoft billionaire, Bill Gates. It is Mr Gates, then, who writes vertically because he is "not rooted in practicality"; Mr Gates whose handwriting resembles that of a 10-year-old; Mr Gates whose circles betray "an inability to complete tasks"; Mr Gates whose penchant for boxes shows a need to "compartmentalise and impose control". We may have learnt nothing about the PM, but at least we now know what it takes to start up and run a global software giant.

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