Η ζωή του Steve Jobs μέσα από ένα καλαίσθητο animation

Ένα καλαίσθητο animation παρουσιάζει τις σημαντικότερες στιγμές της ζωής του Steve Jobs, στιγμές οι οποίες σημάδεψαν προσωπικά αλλά και επαγγελματικά τον ίδιο και στη συνέχεια μια ολόκληρη γενιά μέσα από τα προϊόντα και της υπηρεσίες της Apple.


– Steve’s first days with his biological mother and father in San Francisco (1955)
– Baby Steve with his adoptive parents (1955)
– Jobs family moving from San Francisco to Mountain View, California (1961)
– Steve’s father is showing him how to work on electronics (1961)
– Steve’s 4th grade teacher Imogene Hill bribing him back into learning with candy and money (1965)
– Steve Jobs looking at HP 9100A – the first desktop computer in his life (1968)
– Bill Fernandez introducing Steve to his neighbor Steve Wozniak (1971)
– Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs using a “blue box” designed by Wozniak to call Vatican City (1972)
– Steve Jobs enrolling at Reed College in Portland, Oregon (1972)
– Steve dropping out of college (1973)
– Steve still attending a course on calligraphy in college (1973)
– Steve’s first job at Atari (1974)
– Steve Jobs’s spiritual trip to India with his friend Daniel Kottke (1974)
– Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak selling their stuff to get the first money they needed to print out Apple I circuit boards (1976)
– Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne founding Apple Computers (1976)
– Jobs and Wozniak are presenting their computer to the Homebrew Computer Club (1976)
– Steve Jobs talking with Paul Terrell about the possibility of selling the Apple I kits in his computer store (1976)
– Jobs and Wozniak negotiating the purchase of $15,000 worth of parts needed to fill the Byte Shop order on credit at Cramer Electronics (1976)
– The Apple Computer team assembling 50 computers for The Byte Shop in the Jobs family garage (1976)
– Steve Jobs delivering the first 50 Apple computers to Paul Terrell (1976)
– Mike Markkula investing $92,000 in Apple for about a third ownership in the company (1977)
– Steve Jobs presenting the Apple II at the first West Coast Computer Faire (1977)
– Steve Jobs is visiting Xerox PARC with a group of Apple engineers and executives in exchange for 100 000 Apple shares at about $10 each (1979)
– Jobs working with the Lisa project team (1981)
– Jobs attending the annual International Design Conference in Aspen to get inspired with the spare and functional design philosophy of the Bauhaus movement (1981)
– Jobs working with the Macintosh project team (1983)
– Steve Jobs and Bill Gates discussing the Mac GUI and future cooperation between Apple and Microsoft (1983)
– Jobs offering the position of Apple’s CEO to Pepsi-Cola president John Sculley (1983)
– The Macintosh launch event (1984)
– CEO John Sculley and the board firing Steve from Apple (1985)
– Establishing NeXT Inc. (1985)
– Buying the computer division of George Lucas’ ILM for $10 million and incorporating it as Pixar (1986)
– Jobs introducing the NeXT cube computer (1988)
– Negotiating a cooperation agreement between Pixar and Disney (1991)
– Visiting the Pixar team working on the Toy Story animated film (1995)
– Steve Jobs returning to Apple as an “informal adviser” to CEO Gil Amelio (1996)
– Becoming an interim CEO of Apple (1997)
– The peace pact between Apple and Microsoft and the Microsoft’s $150 million investment in Apple (1997)
– Jobs discussing design of the iMac computer with Jony Ive (1997)
– Steve Jobs introducing Apple’s revolutionary iMac at the Flint Center auditorium in Cupertino (1998)
– The iPod team sharing ideas on the product with Steve Jobs (2001)
– Steve Jobs introducing iPod (2001)
– Steve Jobs is diagnosed with pancreatic cancer (2003)
– Jobs is on a secret meeting discussing the multi-touch technology for the future Apple’s cell phone (2005)
– Steve Jobs introducing iPhone (2007)
– Steve Jobs selecting the right size of the future iPad (2007)
– Steve Jobs introducing iPad (2010)

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