Steve Jobs’ Amazing 2005 Stanford Commencement Address [Video]
Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs died yesterday at the age of 56. Jobs was a true world changer and visionary of the highest magnitude and it is very difficult to imagine a world without everything he brought us. The PC, iPod, iTunes, the iPhone and the iPad might not be here today without Jobs. Before rejoining Apple in 1997, Jobs started a company called NeXT computers and bought the graphics division of LucasFilms, which eventually became Pixar Animation Studios and we all know how that turned out, yep, another game changer created by Jobs. In 2005, Jobs gave the Commencement Address at Stanford University that you can see below. It is worth 15 minutes of your time. Not very many people can say they changed the world, Steve Jobs truly did, thank you, Steve.
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