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Mhyrvold and dinosaurs

SEATTLE (AP) - After 13 years of trying to foresee the future for Microsoft, 
chief technology officer Nathan Myhrvold is taking a yearlong leave of 
absence and has a hunt for dinosaur fossils on top of his agenda. Myhrvold, 
who headed the huge software company's $3 billion research effort, will begin 
his leave on July 1. Among Myhrvold's first stops after leaving his Redmond 
office will be eastern Montana, to look for tyrannosaurus and triceratops