Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford Commencement Address

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Drawing from some of the most pivotal points in his life, Steve Jobs, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, urged graduates to pursue their dreams and see the opportunities in life’s setbacks — including death itself — at the university’s 114th Commencement on June 12, 2005.

Transcript of Steve Jobs’ address:

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This is the iPhone introduction excerpt from the Macworld San Francisco 2007 Keynote Address January 9th, 2007. Steve Jobs made the claim that it was 5 years ahead of any other phone. AppleTV was also introduced that day.
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38 comentarios

  1. heartwideopen

    Thank you for recording this and keeping this online.

  2. Vishal singh sengar

    I was going through a heavy phase of career, i use to listen this every night before sleep. Some how it made its impression on me. I got through those days this was 2 yrs ago. I'm back here again with a new hustle.. getting my thoughts straight. Thankyou Steve. Your word have power.

  3. Polo RIP Fred Hampton ✊💯

    This is one of the Greatest speeches ever, this motivates me every time I'm going through something in Life.RIP Steve Jobs and RIP Nipsey Hussle because of his song "Who Detached us" is how I heard this Speech Rest up to you Legends 💯🙏

  4. 취사완료

    I wish his comment "I'm fine now" was as correct as everything else he said about the life.

  5. Subhadip Mukherjee

    This man was one of greatest human this planet ever had. The true visionary… The Global Icon.

  6. JJ Squad

    Great they recorded it . Golden words …still inspire after his death.

  7. Daryle Hamel

    Every word spoken in this speech holds value- probably Jobs best performance while he was alive.

  8. Le vieux fantôme

    10:10 reminds you- you are gonna see fools who fail to discover but simply find funny and laugh at things which are actual jewels of verbal discipline only a very precious and extremely rarely given opportunity could present, of course, even at Stanford. Lol.

    At the same time it may be interpreted that he's simply able to caliberate such serious messages in a way that also serves a little entertainment, to look at it in a more positive way. Regardless, thought this commencement was merely patronized due to his already renowned social stigma but holy hell now that I view once again he was once of the perhaps greatest rhetorical geniuses of our present time really.

  9. abdalla abdibour

    Jan 2022 and I still come back to this for motivation. I really wish he was still with us.

  10. Jay Kay

    It was very cool then but now I look around and see what ‘smart phones’ and ‘social media’ have done to western society and wonder how things’d turned out if this never happened

  11. Snake Plissken

    To this day I would much prefer a Palm device over anything Apple has ever offered.

    Even well past Palm's death in 2012, Web OS was a superior OS to IOS. Hell, after Web OS died Apple and Android essentially stole everything that everyone loved from Web OS, so in that case I'm happy.

    I'm old enough to remember the iphone's first few versions. It wasn't until the Iphone 4 that it wasn't a piece of overpriced shit.

    With that said, I've owned a 4, 5s, 7, 11 pro, and now a 13 pro.

  12. Ryan Léclaire

    BlackBerry died the day this presentation was made.

  13. A R.

    He planted the seed for apple to grow from less than 100 billion in market cap to 3 trillion. Only a man could do it. Not a woman. And some people say he's a monster.

  14. Richard Hunter

    The constant applause is grating. Jobs was brilliant and the Iphone really was a fantastic product, but the audience should still have been treating his claims cautiously and with scepticism, not like a bunch of giddy fanboys.

  15. Barkis2011

    too bad they had to copy Samsung and make a phone that is a bad copy of the original

  16. princepeterwolf

    this was probably the beginning of our end

  17. Mint R

    This is the moment people started to be totally absorbed by internet.

  18. TinyCube

    After almost 4 years with my iPhone 8 which I get from company I'm working for I'm so happy to have an option to switch the phone to Samsung with Android. Never more.

  19. Mr Comment Man 123

    if steve jobs is so cool how come is he unemployed rn

    CHECKMATE CONSERVATARDS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  20. Derier06

    Technology sponsored by aliens in exchange for human lives. Good deal Eisenhower!

  21. Nguyen Vinh

    There was 1 thing he was wrong: "who wants the stylus"!

  22. medhat nagy

    interesting how time transformed his unbearable arrogance and delusions into a funny video

  23. Waze Sid

    Why do we have multi touch on every phone when apple had already patented the technology?

  24. Mi Gente Credito

    The owner of this channel looks like the guys who keep screaming YEAHHHH

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