Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Nov 10, 2011
Speakers: Bill Atkinson, member of original Macintosh team at Apple; creator of QuickDraw, MacPaint, HyperCard Jean-Louis Gassée, Spent 10 years at Apple, in France and then in Cupertino as head of Macintosh product development. Now a venture investor at Allegis Capital Andy Hertzfeld, Developer on original Macintosh team, now a software engineer at Google Regis McKenna, High tech marketing guru who worked with Jobs and Apple during its formative years Deborah Stapleton, Handled the investor relations and public relations programs for Pixar until shortly before the company was bought by Disney Larry Tesler, former VP of Advanced Technology and Chief Scientist at Apple
Moderator: Paul Freiberger, Wrote about Silicon Valley during the early years of the personal computer revolution; Principal, Cue Communications Steve Jobs gave the world the Macintosh, iPod, iPhone, iPad, Pixar -- and defined a whole generation of personal technology through his creativity and achievement in technology innovation. Join us for this special program as colleagues and friends of Jobs share what he meant to them, and how his unique personal approach can continue to inspire us.
Sponsors: Greenplum, An EMC Company; The Markkula Foundation; Splunk