“On February 24th 1985, Steve Jobs turned thirty,” Harry McCracken reports for Technologizer.
“His Apple coworkers helped him celebrate by creating a short film for him,” McCracken reports. “They set it to the wonderful song ‘My Back Pages” by one of Steve’s idols, Bob Dylan, and filled it with images from Jobs’ first three decades. You know some of them, but only some. And they include many ones of a happy, relaxed, even silly Steve Jobs that most of us never got to see.”
McCracken writes, “For a film that doesn’t include NexT, Pixar, the iMac, the Apple Store, the iPod, iTunes, the iPhone, or the iPad, it does a remarkable job of summing up Steve Jobs; I don’t think a film that did tell the story that was yet to unfold could have improved on it.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “krquet” for the heads up.]