According to a Feb. 24 report in “IBN Live”, Steve Jobs would have been 58 today. The co-founder of Apple and Silicon Valley icon, was born on February 24, 1955. He passed away on October 5, 2011 after being ill for many years.
Mr. Jobs is distinguished by his vision of the future, his focus on design and his skills as a presenter. He gave us the first commercially available computer with a mouse and a graphical user interface, the iPad music player, the iPhone and the iPad.
Along the way he changed the the way we use computers, listen to music and use our cell phones.
You can now see for yourself his impact and contributions in his own words at Every Steve Jobs Video, a new YouTube and channel blog with about 150 video clips of Mr. Jobs. Here you can see everything for free from the Macintosh launch and the Think Different campaign to his famous “reality distortion field”. You can also see some of his funnest moments.