Steve Jobs' D Conference Appearances Now Available as Video and Audio Podcasts [Updated]

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AllThingsD yesterday announced the release of a new set of video and audio podcasts covering all six of Steve Jobs' on-stage appearances at the D Conference between 2003 and 2010.
y far the largest trove of video of the legendary innovator candidly answering unrehearsed questions and explaining his views on technology and business comes from his six lengthy appearances at our D: All Things Digital conference, from 2003 to 2010. [...] So, as a memorial to a great man and in the spirit of sharing a priceless piece of history, we are making all six of these appearances available on iTunes for free, in high-quality video. We thank Apple for its cooperation in making these videos available for all.


Jobs' five solo appearances check in at between 45 and 95 minutes each.

Update: All Things D tells us that the interview with Steve Jobs and Bill Gates was omitted by accident. It has since been added to the podcast collection in its entirety.

Article Link: Steve Jobs' D Conference Appearances Now Available as Video and Audio Podcasts [Updated]
 

drewisanapple

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I watch Steve more than television, the way he talks about things, makes everyone understand. It was never about, "listen to this stuff you'll probably never understand or use" but he was more "let me show you the great things you CAN use". I miss him. Thankfully, we have these recordings though.
 

zzLZHzz

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was downloading until i ran out of hdd. trying to clear space now.

i wish there can be other compilation of all the keynote that he has done. to actually see how he get better with presentation on each new keynote
 

Discoverer

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These are really nice but I hate the woman who blatantly interrupts people and tries to make unfunny jokes.
 

keysofanxiety

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These are really nice but I hate the woman who blatantly interrupts people and tries to make unfunny jokes.
Well, she tries to make funny jokes ... ;) it's just a shame she's not very witty. Or funny in any regard. Or interesting. Or relevant whatsoever in the conversations.

Seriously, why do they keep having her as an interviewer?! :confused:
 

Drunken Master

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Yeah, she is kind of annoying...she's so self-important and yet it feels like she does minimal homework for these things and just kind of shows up and tries to stare holes through people.

Mossberg might softball the occasional question but he's much better at these things.
 

autrefois

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[...] his 2007 joint appearance with Bill Gates is available only as an eight-minute highlight clip. It is unclear why only a highlight clip from that session has been made available, as Apple itself had previously offered the full 90-minute session as a podcast before apparently removing it to accommodate AllThingsD's new package.
The joint appearance of Jobs and Gates appears to still be available (although not in podcast format) at

http://allthingsd.com/video/?video_id=60C4F9FA-9AD5-4D04-8BB6-015AEBB1C052
 

Codestud

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Just watching the first video from 2003. About 9:15 in, Steve Jobs says "we think the tablet's gonna fail". LOL.
 

chriscrk

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Great stuff! I had no idea they existed, I thought it was just the Bill Gates and him interview, and the last one he did.

I've already watched the three first one's, really interesting :)
 

drewisanapple

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Just watching the first video from 2003. About 9:15 in, Steve Jobs says "we think the tablet's gonna fail". LOL.
He was right, that version and thought process of the tablet did fail. Apple made the best new version of the tablet, and then everyone came running to join the mobile platform tablets.
 

Nostromo

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What about a little shrine? When you bow to it, Steve's voice will be activated by motion sensor.

Another opportunity would be a "complete volume" edition of Steve's speeches, keynotes, etc., all bound in black leather, nice print, Apple logo. They did something like this with chairman Mao's speeches in China - minus the Apple logo.
 

irmongoose

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Get over it bro, let him R. I. P.
Did you meet the guy in person?
Were you even alive or an fan of Apple's work during those years when Apple wasn't the multi-billion dollar company it is now?

There's still plenty to learn from this man, and celebrating his contribution to the world through a series of interviews with him does not strike me in any way as not "letting him R.I.P."

Now please, move on, go elsewhere if you don't want to be a part of a discussion regarding Apple and its interests.



irmongoose
 

BiteMyApple

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Sweet!

I was actually re-watching the D5 conference with Steve and Bill together last night. Truly inspiring to realize that what they envisioned 5 years ago is happening everywhere today. And I love the mutual respect too.

Too bad Kara ruined it, and still does today.

For those looking for the whole banana:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZImohBzSRDU
 
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BiteMyApple

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Jobs' five solo appearances check in at between 45 and 95 minutes each, while his 2007 joint appearance with Bill Gates is available only as an eight-minute highlight clip. It is unclear why only a highlight clip from that session has been made available, as Apple itself had previously offered the full 90-minute session as a podcast before apparently removing it to accommodate AllThingsD's new package.
Downloading the package right now, and the 2007 interview seems to be full-length.
 
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