10 Questions for Michael Dell

As the founder and chairman of his eponymous computer company, Michael Dell changed the way PCs are made and sold. In the past year, though, rivals have gained on him. So this year he's going for a green advantage: he wants to erase some of the environmental cost of running computers by offering a way to neutralize the carbon dioxide emitted by a PC. Dell, 41, spoke with TIME's Bryan Walsh about climate change, the media and small, shiny objects.

How do you make a carbon-neutral PC?

We're giving customers an opportunity to spend $2--an almost laughable amount of money--so we...

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