A documentary from the 80s provides an inside look into the work of the early Steve Jobs

A documentary from the 80s provides an inside look into the work of the early Steve Jobs
We all know the late Steve Jobs - the man who brought us iTunes, the iPhone, the iPad and the iPod, but although there's been plenty of information out there, we've rarely had the chance to see him in action in his early years.

A rare 20-minute documentary film has now popped up on YouTube, which gives us an inside look at what Jobs did during the months right after he founded his second company - NeXT Inc. The film shows us parts of key meetings that have happened within the company, how the goals were set and how the young Steven tried to create a new product that would improve the quality of higher education.

By the looks of it, this is by no means a complete, thorough look at the work of Steve Jobs, or NeXT, but it is still quite interesting for all of us nerds who like the idea of seeing one of the most influential figures of the digital revolution at it again.



via: Electronista

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