Apple's Steve Jobs historic appearances on D conferences are now on iTunes, free

Apple's Steve Jobs historic appearances on D conferences are now on iTunes, free
All Things Digital’s D conferences are one of the places where you get to see the industry’s best known executives sit in a red chair for an hour or so. This of course comes with a bonus - they have to confront some tough questions, share their experiences and speak about the future of technology. One of the speakers that became the face and focus of D conferences was Steve Jobs. You might remember him sitting in a lengthy interview along with Microsoft’s Bill Gates, and you might remember him answering questions at six different D conferences.

There’s no need saying that Jobs was one of the speakers we personally admired, and always looked forward to hearing. At the conferences, he spoke about Apple’s mission to be different by focusing on quality products, he explained that deciding what not to build was sometimes more important than deciding what to make. And there’s plenty more to take from there.

And while you can watch parts and probably even the whole thing on YouTube, AllThingsD has now released the full video and audio recordings of Steve Jobs’ appearances at its conference. They are all up for grabs for free on iTunes and you can get them at the links below.


source: AllThingsD


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5 Comments

1. PhoneArenaUser

Posts: 5498; Member since: Aug 05, 2011

Steve Jobs was just a really good marketing specialist and nothing more else and anyway not the first one and not the last one. This artificially inflated bubble about Steve Jobs starting to look really idiotic. Steve Jobs said that, Steve Jobs did that omg, omg... Looks like a religious cult or Justin Biebe and all his minors fans...

2. jmoita2

Posts: 930; Member since: Dec 23, 2011

Who cares??? Enough of having the 3 daily articles on the "greatness" of Jobs and his legacy. Enough already!!!

3. ApphoIe

Posts: 78; Member since: May 31, 2012

"Historic"? REALLY? Jesus Christ, this is our generation...

4. Republican

Posts: 99; Member since: Apr 05, 2012

An immortal visionary genius. Without him, there would be no droid. They must build a statue to this immortal icon in Washington DC.

5. ApphoIe

Posts: 78; Member since: May 31, 2012

I like it. Stick it in the ghetto where pigeons can eternally sh*t on him and bums and meth heads can puke and piss on it too!

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