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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by jameswoods, Nov 15, 2006.
That's great.. Really nice interview.
Why don't I believe Stev Jobs would grant an interview to a virtual unknown?
Thanks for that.
Nice interview. It was nice to see some non standard type questions asked.
It's great that he got over his fear of the ocean. I really liked that part.
This did cross my mind..
Because they hounded him the guys said.
Come on... we all wanted to read about the new exciting products of the future, not Jobs' word association.
I guess we'll all just have to wait.
the interviewer got quite a bit out of him in that short period of time!
Yes he did.
It was refreshing to see a different approach rather than the usual can you comment on upcoming or new devices type question which can never be answered.
That whole site seems to be a big 403, maybe Steve wasn't amused…
"James Woods" here is also claiming to be that James Woods
Ockham's razor says: F-A-K-E
Seriously, the 'hounding' argument doesn't hold water, Jobs submits to what? 6 interviews a year?
So many out-of-character responses from 'Jobs'.
Spells it Ipod. many times.
If you still believe it's genuine I've got a 2nd gen Iphone to sell you.
Jobs didn't spell it Ipod.
i followed the link, but couldn't get to the interview. could someone help me find it?
Interesting comments at the end of the Digg link.
You can see a mirror here, at least until that gets Steved too.
Nice fake interview. Hey, if I want to read fiction, I'll go buy one of dem books that they sell in those stores that sell books.
I think the interview could be legit, except it was cut REALLLLLLYYYYY SHORT!!!
thanks for the link.
i think it might be real. not sure though
I think it's real. With enough persistence and/or flat out lies, you can get a lot of things. I've managed to get press/photo passes to some quite major sporting events when all I wanted was somewhere nicer to sit while I took pictures for myself. It was great watching all the super-pros with their (at the time) brand new EOS 1D MkIIs, when I pulled out a D70 with stock lens and took more interesting pictures. Getting to sit on top of a halfpipe with Mat Hoffman was pretty cool, too.
I found it quite an interesting interview. I like to know that some "celebrities" really are down to earth.
Not that interesting for a "fake" interview.
This is bizarre:
Very. I don't trust the gmail account either.