Steve Jobs’ “Stanford Commencement Address” YouTube Video Got Over 8,000,000 Hits Yesterday

While we still mourn the passing of legendary Steve Jobs, an interesting fact has just come up. A report by TechCrunch indicates that Steve Jobs’ videos featuring his inspiring speeches and presentations have been getting millions of hits all over the web. One of the most famous speech by him was the commencement speech at Stanford University which he delivered back in 2005. Only yesterday, the video has been viewed over 8,000,000 (8 Million) times as claimed by Visible Measures.

Not only this, lots of Apple product launch presentations by Steve Jobs have been viewed millions of times on YouTuve in the last 24 hours:

His many product presentations at Apple events averaged 24,000 daily views in September. Yesterday, these videos generated over 6.8 million views. His interview alongside Bill Gates at All Things Digital averaged 11,000 daily views in September. Yesterday, these videos generated over 850,000 views.  So more than 15 million views overall just in one day.

Without a doubt, Steve Jobs’ videos are an important part of how we remember the greatest innovator this world has ever seen. Take a look at his commencement speech at Stanford below:

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