Apple’s iconic co-founder has been gone now nearly two years, but Steve Jobs keeps making cameo appearances for his eternal fanboys. This time, it’s a clip pulled from a never-before-seen video released this week by EverySteveJobsVideo(via The Loop) which obtained it from the Silicon Valley Historical Association.
As Macrumors reported, the clip is part of an hour-long documentary inspired by a short interview Jobs did back in 1994:
The film, called “Steve Jobs: Visionary Entrepreneur” focuses on Jobs giving advice to young entrepreneurs: Steve Jobs was asked to give advice to young entrepreneurs who wanted to go out and start their own businesses. He talks about risk and the willingness to fail, the role of building illegal blue boxes prior to founding Apple Computer, and his philosophy on how to approach life.
Atari founder Nolan Bushnell, who hired Jobs to work at Atari, is also present in the full documentary and talks about both Jobs and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.
In the clip, a bespectacled and fully-bearded Jobs serves up a heaping of philosophical deep thoughts, navel-gazing about how he views his eventual legacy in the field of personal computers. “This is very strange business,” he says. “Everything I’ve done in my life will be obsolete by the time I’m fifty.”
Macrumors reports that:
Steve Jobs: Visionary Entrepreneur” is available on the Silicon Valley Historical Association’s website as a $14.99 download, a $24.99 DVD or a $4.99 audio track.