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Walter Isaacson: The Authorized Biography of Steve Jobs

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Uploaded on Feb 3, 2012

This is an episode of REVOLUTIONARIES, a co-production of the Computer History Museum and KQED television, with major sponsorship by Intel. Recorded: December 13, 2011, originally broadcast on January 30, 2012

From the best-selling biographer of Albert Einstein and Benjamin Franklin comes the authorized story of Steve Jobs, one of the most celebrated global business figures in history. Award-winning author and journalist Walter Isaacson enjoyed unprecedented access to Jobs and conducted more than 40 personal interviews with him over two years. In addition, he talked to more than a hundred family members, friends, adversaries, competitors, and colleagues. The result is a riveting story of the roller-coaster life and intense personality of a creator, entrepreneur and executive whose fierce drive and passion for perfection revolutionized personal computers, animated movies, music, mobile phones, tablet computing digital publishing and "apps."

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  2. 101

    Stephen Levy:Author of "In the Plex", How Google Thinks, Works, and Shapes Our Lives

  3. 102

    The MCS-4 Story

  4. 103

    Driving Innovation: Detroit Comes to Silicon Valley - An Evening with Bill Ford

  5. 104

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    From Codebreaking to Computing: Remembrances of Bletchley Park 50 Years Later

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    From the UNIVAC to Web 2.0: Politics, Computers and the Making of a 21st Century Presidency

  8. 107

    2012 Fellow Awards

  9. 108

    Computer History Museum Testimonial

  10. 109

    Xerox Parc - Office Alto Commercial

  11. 110

    The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation

  12. 111

    Four Firsts

  13. 112

    Turing's Cathedral. Author George Dyson in Conversation with John Hollar

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    Get Invested: Case Studies in Innovation

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    Paul Allen:Idea Man

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    A Computer Called Watson: IBM's David Ferrucci with Richard Waters

  17. 116

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  18. 117

    Woven on the Loom of Sorrow: The Co-Evolution of Computing and Conflict, presented by Grady Booch

  19. 118

    Beyond the Obvious: Killer Questions that Spark Game-Changing Innovation

  20. 119

    Samuel J. Palmisano: What Changes and What Endures, an IBM Centennial Lecture

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    Mark Zuckerberg, David Kirkpatrick, and Guy Raz:The Facebook Effect

  23. 122

    Jane McGonigal:Reality is Broken

  24. 123

    Inside IBM EDA: Fifty Years of Innovation

  25. 124

    An Evening with Marissa Mayer

  26. 125

    An Analog Life: Remembering Jim Williams

  27. 126

    Watch vintage Steve Jobs footage on Apple

  28. 127

    How Indian MIT & IIT Graduates Shaped Computer History (Updated: 12-28-11)

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    Steve Jobs: The Authorized Biography. An Evening with Walter Isaacson

  30. 129

    An Evening with Paul Baran, in conversation with Henry Lowood

  31. 130

    The Challenge and Promise of Artificial Intelligence, a Bay Area Science Festival Wonder Dialog

  32. 131

    A Computer Called Watson

  33. 132

    The Technology of Animation

  34. 133

    Worm: The First Digital World War

  35. 134

    An Analog Life: Remembering Jim Williams

  36. 135

    Venture Capital in the Valley: Past, Present & Future

  37. 136

    Software Patent Debate

  38. 137

    What Changes and What Endures: The Story of a Company and a Century

  39. 138

    Documents, Data and People: World Wide Webs

  40. 139

    MIPS: Risking It All on RISC

  41. 140

    The History of Magnetic Striped Media Technology

  42. 141

    Maurice Wilkes -- The Man and His Machine

  43. 142

    The EDSAC Replica Project -- Computer Conservation in the UK

  44. 143

    2011 CHM Fellow Awards Celebration

  45. 144

    Max Mathews & John Chowning - Music Meets the Computer

  46. 145

    Stephen Levy -- Author of In the Plex, How Google Thinks, Works, and Shapes Our Lives

  47. 146

    Jane McGonigal -- Computer Gaming Revolutionary, Author of Reality is Broken

  48. 147

    Paul Allen - Revolutionary Idea Man

  49. 148

    SPICE Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis

  50. 149

    Jay Forrester on the Whirlwind Computer

  51. 150

    William (Bill) Draper III, Revolutionary Venture Capitalist

  52. 151

    Ed Feigenbaum's Search for A.I.

  53. 152

    Jane Smiley: Author of The Man Who Invented the Computer

  54. 153

    When Computers Changed the World from the Revolution Exhibition

  55. 154

    The Cray Way from the Revolution Exhibition

  56. 155

    John Atanasoff -- Computer Revolutionary

  57. 156

    Digital Dark Age - Revolution Preview

  58. 157

    IBM Ever Onward - A Preview of Revolution

  59. 158

    Jean Bartik and the ENIAC Women

  60. 159

    Not Your Father's Internet

  61. 160

    The Electronic Coach

  62. 161

    How Indian MIT and IIT Graduates Have Shaped Computer History

  63. 162

    Triumph of the MOS Transistor

  64. 163

    The Facebook Effect with Mark Zuckerberg

  65. 164

    Max Mathews Radio Baton Demonstration

  66. 165

    The Atanasoff-Berry Computer In Operation

  67. 166

    PLATO - An Early Online Community

  68. 167

    PLATO - An Early Community of Multiplayer Games

  69. 168

    PLATO - Online Education & Courseware

  70. 169

    PLATO Learning System Software

  71. 170

    PLATO - Innovations in Hardware

  72. 171

    PLATO - A Culture of Innovation

  73. 172

    PLATO Computer Learning System 50th Anniversary

  74. 173

    Robert Taylor: Network Visionary

  75. 174

    Hackers Phishers and Carders, Oh My!

  76. 175

    Grace Hopper & the Invention of the Information Age

  77. 176

    The IBM ACS System: A Pioneering Supercomputer Project

  78. 177

    Sun Microsystems Founders Panel

  79. 178

    The Silicon Engine

  80. 179

    The Xerox Alto: A Personal Retrospective

  81. 180

    1963 Timesharing: A Solution to Computer Bottlenecks

  82. 181

    The HP Phenomenon: Innovation & Business Transformation

  83. 182

    Mom Loved Him Best: Bert & Ivan Sutherland

  84. 183

    Microprocessor Marketing Wars

  85. 184

    Apple Macintosh Marketing Story: Fact & Fiction

  86. 185

    DEC's PC Challenge 1982

  87. 186

    IBM 1401 System 50th Anniversary

  88. 187

    2009 CHM Fellow Awards Ceremony

  89. 188

    40th Anniversary of the Net - October 29, 1969

  90. 189

    Total Recall: How the E-Memory Revolution will Change Everything

  91. 190

    Ray Kurzweil - Futurist

  92. 191

    Fairchild Briefing on Integrated Circuits

  93. 192

    Into the Future: Man and Machines

  94. 193

    Books, Google and the Future of Digital Print

  95. 194

    Programmable Logic: Computing Bit by Bit

  96. 195

    Computer Pioneers - Pioneer Computers Part 2

  97. 196

    Technology and Anti-Trust

  98. 197

    Computer Pioneers - Pioneer Computers Part 1

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    Judy Estrin - Closing the Innovation Gap

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