Steve Jobs Best Speeches & Interviews

Steve Jobs’ Best Speeches & Interviews

Chronologically placed, please enjoy Steve Jobs Best Speeches & Interviews

Steve Jobs talking about selling his first computers.

Jobs went on Nightline to defend the safety of the computer age.

After Jobs was fired from Apple, he founded Next Computer to sell educational units.

However at $11,000 a unit, they didn’t sell, but Apple eventually acquired Next Computer and reinstalled Jobs as CEO.

Jobs goes on a television documentary, Revenge of The Nerds to talk about his former colleague John Sculley.

Jobs & Sculley would have a power struggle that would result in Jobs’ firing.

Jobs would bet on Apple losing their way and needing his NeXT Computer as an acquisition.

Jobs’ trademark black turtleneck.

Steve Jobs’ commencement address at Stanford University, 3 stories from Steve’s life.

A rare sit down with his longtime rival, Microsoft founder, Bill Gates.

And shortly before his death.

Steve Jobs Best Speeches

Interview with NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly: An American Hero​

13 Questions With General David Petraeus

Why Choose Machine Learning Over A Traditional Financial Advisor?

Super Cars

Nuclear Submarines: A 7,000 Lb Swiss Watch

Ai Can Write Its Own Computer Program

On Black Holes: Gateway to Another Dimension, or Ghosts of Stars’ Pasts?

Supersonic Travel: The Future of Aviation

Was Our Moon Once Habitable?

NASA Seeks New Worlds

Cowboy Turned Space Surgeon

Conversation with Bloomberg’s Former Head of Trading on the Future of Humans in the Trading Industry

Shedding Light on Dark Matter: Using Machine Learning to Unravel Physics’ Hardest Questions

America’s Next Spy Plane

Lockheed Martin Confirms the SR-72 – Son of Blackbird Will Reach Anywhere in the World in One Hour

Steven Paul Jobs was an American business magnate, industrial designer, investor, and media proprietor. He was the chairman, chief executive officer, and co-founder of Apple Inc., the chairman and majority shareholder of Pixar, a member of The Walt Disney Company’s board of directors following its acquisition of Pixar, and the founder, chairman, and CEO of NeXT. Jobs is widely recognized as a pioneer of the personal computer revolution of the 1970s and 1980s, along with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.