The folks over at Computer History Museum published this great 22 minute video today of a presentation Steve Jobs gave back in 1980 — his personal account of building Apple.
It's an interesting video and neat to hear him speak about those early days at Apple as he was trying to make ends meet. We really loved his observation that kids were talking about computers and the outlier cases of people using computers to solve everyday problems. What was really interesting was hearing him talk about learning what other companies were doing in the space, and seeing those "first dollar signs." You can see how humble and excited he is at this stage of building Apple.
We can really relate to many of the details he spoke about. We've written about the man in great detail. We hope you enjoy the video as much as we did!