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Steve Jobs: Visionary Entrepreneur: Looking Back from 1994

19 June 2013 1,388 views No Comment

There is a new or, at the very least, newly for sale 60-minute Steve Jobs documentary based on a 20-minute interview from 1994…

There is a new or, at the very least, newly for sale 60-minute Steve Jobs documentary based on a 20-minute interview from 1994. The film also includes insights from Atari’s Nolan Bushnell, Mike Markkula, Regis McKenna, Woz and a range of other early tech luminaries — smart people talking about one of the smartest.

In the interview, conducted in 1994 by the Silicon Valley Historical Association (SVHA), Steve Jobs riffs on life, gives advice to entrepreneurs and muses on his legacy.

“All of the work that I’ve done in my life will be obsolete by the time, you know, I’m 50,” wryly observed the then 39-year-old Jobs.

SVHA is selling Steve Jobs: Visionary Entrepreneur in three formats: Download for $14.99 (QT, 1.27GB), DVD for $24.99 (free US shipping) and MP3 Audio Download for $4.99 (116.1MB).

You can get a taste of the film below and YouTube has two other clips, as well.

Source: Silicon Valley Historical Association

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