Steve Jobs pushed an entire industry to think different. After passing away late last year, Jobs left an impression among many across the world as an innovator, rebel and entrepreneur. While Apple still maintains a cult-like status, many remained fixated on the lessons that can be learned from iconic founder Steve Jobs.
Apple fanboys gobbled up 379,000 copies of the Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson in the U.S. during first week it hit shelves according to BookScan data. The book still remains one of the best-selling books in the country.
For those that have finished the book, but still crave more from the fabled story of Jobs, Scott Hurff has put together The Ultimate Steve Jobs Collection on Chill, a video bookmarking service. The collection is an archive of all the best Steve Jobs videos available on the web.
Jobs' famous commencement speech at Stanford in 2005, his interview with Bill Gates at an AllThingsD Convention in 2007 and introduction of the Apple Store in 2001 in are all included in the collection. The collection was created by Scott Hurff, one of the founding members of Chill.
Many members of the technology community were fans of the collection including founder and former co-editor of TechCrunch Michael Arrington and columnist for the New York Times Bits Blog Nick Bilton. Arrington loved a few of the featured videos using the Chill platform while Bilton chose to tweet about it.
What's your favorite video from The Ultimate Steve Jobs Collection?