A young Steve Jobs speaking at the International Design Conference at Aspen in 1983. So he's speaking to a non-technical audience in 1983, before computers were mainstream. I'm always amazed by his eloquence, incredible mental clarity, and ability to see where technology was going.
This is a ten year old video of Steve Jobs showing the (then new) Apple Store. This is before the iPad, the iPhone, and the iPod. WiFi was brand new and they were showing it off. There are 325 stores now.
This is an extremely interesting interview to Steve Jobs published in 1985 by Newsweek.
This is right after Steve Jobs was ousted from Apple Computer, after he shipped the Macintosh but before he founded NeXT. What's most interesting is to see how a lot of his philosophy remains the same.
This is an interesting interview from 2003. It's interesting to see how pretty much everything Steve Jobs predicted became true, even though most of it sounded almost impossible back then. Dell DJ? Ha! An iPod clone by MS? Ha!