Steve Jobs was already a “SuperStar” when he recorded this interview back in 1995. Only 40 years old at that time, he gave a detailed one-on-one interview to Computerworld Information Technology Awards Foundation, who also produced the Computerworld Honors Program. The interview was carried out by Foundation’s executive director, Daniel Morrow.
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When Jobs sat down for this interview, which was recorded on videotape, his return to Apple was still two years away — and his once and future company was struggling to remain relevant. The products that would turn Apple around in the first decade of the 21st century — Mac OS X, the iPod, the iPhone, the iPad, the iTunes store — did not exist.
The complete interview, which lasted about 75 minutes is now available online which can be watched here.