Steve Jobs The Lost Interview 2012
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|Starring||Steve Jobs, Robert X. Cringely|
|Captions and subtitles||English Details|
|Rental rights||48 hour viewing period. Details|
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|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
This brief interview gives the viewer insight into the mind of a creative and intellectual genius.
Many of us might wonder what he was like to talk to and to hear right out of his mouth what he thought of things many of us would like to ask him.
This interview provides some interesting insights into Job's thinking about business and what makes businesses successful.
I like Steve Jobs, and I am interested in keeping anything he says. Because he's usually right. This 1990s' interview
shows him charming. Read more
Great interview! It shows a glimpse of the the man who had great vision for Apple and technology.Published 16 days ago by N. Kipp
Better than the movie, but does show that the movie was pretty accurate. Mankind suffered a big loss when we lost Steve Jobs. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Tippy
Love the app as I watched this video on my iPAD but haven't finished it yet. Nice to know how easy it is to resume from where I left off.Published 29 days ago by Edwin Diaz
Terrific interview. It is a very open conversation with many great insights for anyone interested in business or computers or innovation.Published 1 month ago by bmathews
What a great interview! The fact that it was taped in 1995 while Steve was a year away from returning to Apple was intriguing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by EKC
... Steve Jobs gave this interview back before he became a caricature of Steve Jobs. It is inciteful, funny, thoughtful, and really gives a sense of what it was like at... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Floyd DaBarber
Enjoyed seeing Jobs at this pivotal point (of many) in his career. Very interesting to see him and watch his body language in a sit down interview. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nizzle
We'll worth watching and hearing Steve Jobs as a younger man to appreciate what a visionary he was. A fascinating.man.Published 1 month ago by Mel Gordon