Steve Jobs: Unedited Interview 1990

This unedited interview gives fantastic insights into the thinking of Steve Jobs. Parts of the interview seem to be out of sequence. Steve Jobs talks about upcoming explosion in the form of inter-personal computing. This is what became Internet later. The possibilities in K-12 education that can be introduced by inter-personal computing are intriguing. Steve Jobs is very correct in pointing out that the bottleneck is good quality Course-ware.

I can really feel the energy of Steve Jobs in this interview. He introduced the dimension of artistry into computing. He talks about his vision of transplanting the telephone with computers, which he did accomplish finally.  Here are some of his noteworthy statements from this interview:

“Art and the science, the thinking and the doing, is what resulted in those exceptional results… People who really did it, worked through the hard intellectual problems as well.”

“Probably death is the best invention of life, because there is a constant turnover…”

Listen to it and you will get it all.

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Comments

  • Chelsey  On November 14, 2012 at 4:58 AM

    Once you find the good feeling place of your choices and can stay there, you start to activate the Law of Attraction. One way to tell if you are in the proper career is actually you like your task.

    Finally, if neither of these options is sufficient to meet your need for enjoyable, fulfilling and satisfying work, then your only way out is to engage in a robust midlife career change process.

  • vinaire  On November 14, 2012 at 6:02 AM

    Steve Jobs seems to have found that place when he was 12 years old.

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