It was 1994, a decade after Steve Jobs was fired from Apple, the company he co-founded. Jobs had started NeXT Computers, and the company made its first profit after making a million bucks that year. So, the Silicon Valley Historical Association rolled by to ask Jobs a few questions in an interview that lasted 20 minutes. Now, almost 20 years later, that interview is being released in an hour long documentary called, "Steve Jobs: Visionary Entrepreneur."
"All the work that I have done in my life will be obsolete by the time I'm 50," says the 39-year-old Jobs in the interview, of which a clip is featured above. "It's sort of like sediment of rocks. You're building up a mountain and you get to contribute your little layer of sedimentary rock to make the mountain that much higher," he says. "But no one on the surface, unless they have X-ray vision, will see your sediment. They'll stand on it. It'll be appreciated by that rare geologist."
Want to see more? Download the documentary at the Silicon Valley Historical Association page for $14.99.
[via Huffington Post]