MUSIC | SHOWS | YOUTUBE | FACEBOOK | GOOGLE+ |TWITTER | INSTAGRAM
SHADAWEAR | CASES
Post Likes
69 people like this post.


Post tagged


Post Notes
  1. knightworg reblogged this from fastcompany
  2. tanjents reblogged this from fastcompany
  3. michaelthegeek reblogged this from fastcompany
  4. studio630 reblogged this from fastcompany
  5. kaysha2201 reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    The Lost Steve Jobs Tapes
  6. rockstarentrepreneur reblogged this from fastcompany
  7. dontbeanoyster reblogged this from fastcompany
  8. rekidetiar reblogged this from fastcompany
  9. echanplus reblogged this from hm7
  10. hm7 reblogged this from gtokio
  11. service-calculatoare-tulcea reblogged this from fastcompany
  12. yazidatparis reblogged this from fastcompany
  13. ebdisme reblogged this from fastcompany
  14. griffinfujioka reblogged this from fastcompany
  15. functionn reblogged this from gtokio
  16. lalibertarienne reblogged this from fastcompany
  17. precall reblogged this from toyolina
  18. ggas-t reblogged this from gtokio
  19. osamu2001 reblogged this from fastcompany
  20. businessoutsider reblogged this from fastcompany
  21. toyolina reblogged this from gtokio
  22. gtokio reblogged this from fastcompany
  23. yfvelocity65 reblogged this from fastcompany
Caption

fastcompany:

“I had covered Jobs for Fortune and The Wall Street Journal since 1985, but I didn’t come to fully appreciate the importance of these “lost” years until after his death last fall. Rummaging through the storage shed, I discovered some three dozen tapes holding recordings of extended interviews—some lasting as long as three hours—that I’d conducted with him periodically over the past 25 years. (Snippets are scattered throughout this story.) Many I had never replayed—a couple hadn’t even been transcribed before now. Some were interrupted by his kids bolting into the kitchen as we talked. During others, he would hit the pause button himself before saying something he feared might come back to bite him. Listening to them again with the benefit of hindsight, the ones that took place during that interregnum jump out as especially enlightening.”

The Lost Steve Jobs Tapes