Steve Jobs talks about being part of the mountain

Macworld Australia Staff
21 June, 2013
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A video of Steve Jobs talking about his legacy came to light this week and was shared with the world by The Loop online magazine.

The Loop claims the video has never been seen publicly before, though there are claims that it was actually released earlier in the year. In the 1.48-minute segment, a dark-haired Jobs ruminates on the ephemeral nature of his work, explaining how the rate of progress in technology means that it only takes 10 or so years for innovations to become obsolete and become something like layer of sedimentary rock in a mountain of technological advancements.

The excerpt is labelled as part of a 60-minute film called Steve Jobs: Visionary Entrepreneur along with the Steve Jobs 1994 Uncut Interview available for download ($14.99) or on DVD (US$24.99) from


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