60 Minutes: Steve Jobs [Videos]

60 Minutes: Steve Jobs

60 minutes has just finished airing their interview with authorized Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson, and has already placed the transcript and both segments as well as the extra Overtime video online.

Check them out after the break (required Flash) or via the 60 Minutes iPad app [App Store link]

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60 Minutes: Steve Jobs [Videos]


Is it ok to say negative things about this guy yet? Frankly, I have to agree he was a jerk. A smart jerk, but a jerk never the less.
Of course I'll be flamed for that so let me get my fire suit on.

I haven't (obviously) read the biography yet, or even watched all of the videos above (yet), but I don't agree with you. Everyone has flaws, even Steve Jobs. Maybe he has even bigger flaws than most of us, mainly because he has more of (some of) the good qualities than most of us. I'm not saying he's a better person than us but it's obvious that he's got something that we don't, otherwise your or me would've founded Apple and not him.

He probably wouldn't have liked you either, that is if he could be bothered having an opinion about you.

I keep listening to the retrops lecture about getting boundless online grant applications so I have been looking around for the most excellent site to get one. Could you tell me please, where could i get some?

I went to high school with Jobs. He turned out fascinatingly successful in business. But remember, no amount of success can compensate for failure in the home. Try to keep it in perspective.

Your comment implies something that doesn't seem true. He also had a successful family if you listen to these videos. His wife and kids loved him, and just as importantly respected him. His daughter from an earlier relationship reconciled with him quite some time ago - she attended his wedding over 20 years ago. He respected THEIR privacy - some might say obsessively.

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