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Steve Jobs: A Retrospective

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We've collected a series of audio segments that document the work and life of former Apple CEO, Steve Jobs. The segments range from Jobs' own Apple keynote addresses to reminiscences by people who knew him.

We've collected a series of audio segments that document the work and life of former Apple CEO, Steve Jobs. The segments range from Jobs' own Apple keynote addresses to reminiscences by people who knew him.
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We've collected a series of audio segments that document the work and life of former Apple CEO, Steve Jobs. The segments range from Jobs' own Apple keynote addresses to reminiscences by people who knew him.

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Steve Jobs: The Lost Tapes

10/19/2017
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In 1983, Steve Jobs gave a speech to a relatively small audience at a somewhat obscure event called the International Design Conference in Aspen (IDCA). The theme of that year’s conference was “The Future Isn’t What It Used To Be”, and during the speech he describes what would become the iPad.

Remembering Steve Jobs - One Year On

10/19/2017
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This BBC documentary examines the legacy of Steve Jobs. How will he be compared to the great American entrepreneurs of the past, such as Rockefeller, Ford and Carnegie? Did he invent a new way of doing business?

Steve Jobs in 1982

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Steve Jobs retired as CEO of Apple in 2011, shortly before his untimely death at age 56. He was still a mischievous 26-year old iconoclast when he addressed the Academy of Achievement in 1982. (Academy of Achievement)

From Calligraphy Buff to Design Guru

10/19/2017
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When Steve Jobs was a college dropout he attended a calligraphy class that led to a revolution in graphic design. As we honor Steve Jobs, we hear about how the Apple Mac changed lettering, from calligrapher DeAnn Singh and graphic designers April Greiman, Lorraine Wild, Andrew Byrom and Keith Scharwath. And design consultant Chee Pearlman explains what "design" meant to Steve Jobs and his chief collaborator, Jonathan Ive. (KCRW's Design and Architecture, 10/18/2011)

Steve Jobs' Stanford Commencement Speech

10/19/2017
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Drawing from some of the most pivotal points in his life, Steve Jobs, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, urged graduates to pursue their dreams and see the opportunities in life's setbacks—including death itself—at the university's 114th Commencement on June 12, 2005. (Bloomberg BusinessWeek)

Wired Remembers Steve Jobs

10/19/2017
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We’ve gathered a number of Wired staff members to discuss some of our experiences with Apple’s gadgets from the past three decades, from the first Macintosh computer to the advent of the iPad. In Steve’s passing, we’re reminded just how much the products, the company and the man have become a part of our lives. (Wired's Gadget Lab Podcast, 10/7/2011)

Nine things you didn't know about Steve Jobs

10/19/2017
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Nine things you didn't know about the man who inspired countless entrepreneurs: Steve Jobs. (The Wall Street Journal, 10/11/2011)

Classroom Computers, Another Legacy Of Steve Jobs

10/19/2017
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When Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died this past week, some of the most heartfelt online tributes came from educators and students. (Weekend Edition Sunday, 10/9/2011)

How Steve Jobs Tried to Make Apple Green

10/19/2017
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The environmental and social impacts of all our gadgets are not insignificant. David Biello reports. (60-Second Earth, 10/9/2011)

Steve Jobs, Whose Imagination Invited Us To Play

10/19/2017
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You might see the insight that drove Steve Jobs' life when you watch a child with one of the products he designed, from a Mac laptop to an iPhone. It's playtime. Children — and adults — look, touch, try stuff and smile. Steve Jobs understood that creativity and play spring from the same source. (Weekend Edition Saturday, 10/8/2011)

Steve Jobs' Greatest Legacy May Be Impact On Design

10/19/2017
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Steve Jobs, who died Wednesday, did not invent the computer, or the mouse, or the smartphone, or MP3 players. But it was his vision that made them accessible, user-friendly and enormously popular. (All Things Considered, 10/6/2011)

The Life And Legacy Of Steve Jobs

10/19/2017
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Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple computers, is dead at age 56. We'll take a look at his life and legacy. (On Point, 10/6/2011)

Macworld Podcast: Steve Jobs

10/19/2017
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Jason Snell and Christopher Breen discuss Steve Jobs’ legacy. (Macworld Podcast, 10/6/2011)

Remembering Steve Jobs

10/19/2017
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We recall a man who changed the very way we speak. An apple is no longer just for eating, nor a mac a thing you wear. But did Steve Jobs change the way we think and work too? We hear from people who knew him like technology analyst Larry Magid and former Apple Managing director, John Sculley - and from those who simply loved the brands he pioneered like the iPod, the iPad and the iPhone. Business Daily looks at the legacy of Steve Jobs, founder of Apple Computers, who's died aged 56. (BBC...

Walt Mossberg Remembers Steve Jobs

10/19/2017
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What will Steve Jobs be remembered for a hundred years from now? We ask Walt Mossberg, who wrote often about Jobs for the Wall Street Journal. (Marketplace Morning Report, 10/6/2011)

Guardian Tech Weekly: Steve Jobs Special

10/19/2017
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Charles Arthur looks at the legacy of Steve Jobs in the tech industry and beyond. (Guardian Tech Weekly, 10/6/2011)

The early days of Steve Jobs and Apple

10/19/2017
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Sure, we all know the success of the iPad and iPhone. But what was Steve Jobs like back in the early days of Apple? We talk to Guy Kawasaki, who was there in the beginning. (Marketplace Morning Report, 10/6/2011)

Steve Jobs: Apple iPad 2 Introduction

10/19/2017
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Steve Jobs introduces the iPad 2 at an Apple special event on March 2, 2011.

Steve Jobs at the D8 Conference

10/19/2017
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Steve Jobs onstage at the eighth annual D: All Things Digital conference, interviewed by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. Jobs discusses the origin of the iPad, dealings with Adobe, AT&T and Google, Apple's startup structure, the iAds initiative, and gaming on the iPhone.

PDC 1996 Keynote with Steve Jobs

10/19/2017
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Bob Muglia introduces Steve Jobs in this PDC 1996 keynote. Steve Jobs was President of NeXT Corporation and talks about WebObjects as well as taking questions from some of the developers in the audience.
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