“The Computer History Museum has today launched a special online exhibit dedicated to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs,” MacNN reports.
“The site reaches back to the high school exploits of Jobs and fellow founder Steve Wozniak, and chronicles various stories through until the iPad, which the museum describes as Jobs’ ‘last major product launch,'” MacNN reports. ‘Links take visitors to related materials, such as early business plans for the Macintosh, and a copy of a Homebrew Computer Club newsletter.”
MacNN reports, “Of special interest is rare video of 23-minute presentation by Jobs in 1980, when Apple was already four years old.”
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