Unabridged Version Of Steve Jobs' Interview From 1995 Released
The folks over at Computerworld
have released an unabridged interview with Steve Jobs back from 1995. Jobs who at the time was 40 years-old, sat down with Daniel Morrow from Computerworld
for a 75-minute one-on-one session where he discussed where he started, to his removal from Apple, and his time spent at NeXT and Pixar. The one-on-one interview session was recorded originally as a part of an oral history project organized by the Computerworld Information Technology Awards Foundation, but has now become a piece of Apple history.
During the time of the interview, Jobs was working at NeXT and also involved with Pixar. All of this obviously took place before Jobs returned to Apple and took the technology industry by storm with the release of the iPod, iPhone, and then iPad. You get to read more about Steve from a different era of the industry providing more insight about how his previous work allowed him to reform multiple devices in the tech industry.
For those of you who are interested in watching the interview, it is available as a single 75-minute clip for registered Computerworld
users. If you donít have a free Computerworld login, you can watch the interview in several shorter clips. Hit the source link below to check it out. Donít forget to leave any thoughts and comments below!
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