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Not too long ago, Bob Moody's idea of a computer store was a warehouse full of used 360's. At least, that's what first came into his mind when Paul Terrell suggested they pool their resources to open shop. Now just two years after the two of them founded the original Byte Shop (there are currently over 40 individually owned Byte Shops across the country), Moody is, one of the most seasoned entrepreneurs in the personal computing movement. He and Terrell parted company in 1976, "because of capitalization problems." With Bob Spitler, another computer enthusiast, Moody today owns the Byte Shop in Palo Alto, California.

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Computer  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 9 )