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Byline: J. BONASIA
If you think the personal computer revolution is over, think again.
So says Steve Ballmer, Microsoft's energetic chief executive. If anything, the pace of PC innovation is speeding up, Ballmer says.
"I predict there will be more change in technology over the next five years than there was in the last decade," he told a crowd of 800 graduate students at Stanford University on Wednesday.
The computer industry has matured greatly since Ballmer was a student at Stanford. (He dropped out of the MBA program to join college pal Bill Gates as the first bookkeeper of Microsoft in 1980.) But even as it ages, the computer field is …