The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California has launched a unique online Steve Jobs exhibit today which showcases the life and times of Apple co-founder, but with a twist. The exhibit is called Steve Jobs: First, Last, One more thing… and can be accessed here featuring objects from the permanent collection of the CHM which holds over 100,000 artifacts including 3,000 Apple-related items. The exhibit also features a rare footage of Jobs from 1980 speaking about the early days of Apple.
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The new exhibit called ‘Steve Jobs…First, Last, One more thing…’ charts Jobs’ life from his phone-hacking youth, through his early days at Apple, NeXT and the release of the iPod, iPhone and iPad. Whilst it’s not as comprehensive as Walter Isaacson’s biography, it does launch with a rare video footage of Jobs from 1980 speaking about the early days of Apple.
Take a look at the following video of Steve Jobs introducing the very first iPod at a low key event in 2001: