Ever since the passing of Steve Jobs, more and more vintage and/or rare videos have began to trickle out. In this video, circa 1980, Steve Jobs addresses the audience about a number of interesting subjects.

Topics range from a photo shoot with Scientific America, the amplification of human abilities, and much more. It’s a very interesting video, and a look back at the one of the greatest entrepreneurial minds of our generation.

  • :O Cool!
    I was getting worried that there weren’t gonna be any posts today, lol.

  • Anonymous

    One post in a whole day? Just sayin’

    • Anonymous

      *asking
      You’re not saying, you’re asking.

      • One has to say to ask.

        yesh

      • Anonymous

        Oh, well hello, Mr. Literal.

        Jeez

      • Anonymous

        It seemed like a rhetorical question to me, and therefore could be considered a statement.

  • Not much going on in apple lately..it’s the calm before the storm..maybe a major new product comming…..it’s like that smell before the rain falls…

  • Anonymous

    After watching this video I can totally see Ashton Kutcher playing a young Steve Jobs now.

  • I know this is off topid butttt, my siri is acting very odd lately – does anybody have any idea what’s happening to it? I have an iPhone 4s and it is jailbroken but my buddy has one not jailbroken and it’s not working correctly either???

    • “not working correctly” …hmm and we are supposed to know what that means, and answer your question how to fix it.

      • Lol you’re right, not working correctly as in most of the time Siri is either still loading for it to understand what I’m saying or it ends up saying “sorry I cannot load at this time” or something like that

      • Really long load times and no conectivity.. Frustrating even with full bars.. Usually have to ask two to three times!!

    • She’s on a strike. Haven’t you heard?

  • Jobs predicted the future in this interview

    • Anonymous

      He did frequently. The man was a visionary. When starting Apple his goal was essentially the iPad, a computer so easy to use that it would become an appliance.

  • Slow day?

  • So the 1st apple computers were made with stolen parts? Funny, cool insight to early days.

    • Anonymous

      Sounded like they got a loan for parts ($10K worth) which they paid back in 29 days.

      • Anonymous

        At the beggining he said the initial computers were made with liberated parts from Hewlett Packard and Atari. Which from what I understood meant stolen.

  • I’m bored.

  • I’m bored.

  • Anonymous

    Just goes to show you that there are a lot of risks to take and (human) networking to be done when starting up a business without funding.

  • props, good watch.