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This article was published on June 24, 2011


From 1996: Steve Jobs talks Pixar, Toy Story and Apple [Video]

From 1996: Steve Jobs talks Pixar, Toy Story and Apple [Video]
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http://youtu.be/E29v8vF0u-8

In 1996, Pixar CEO Steve Jobs and Toy Story director John Lasseter went on the Charlie Rose show to talk about the creation of the world’s first computer-generated movie and Pixar’s position in the movie industry.

Instead, Jobs was left to field a multitude of questions about about his roles at Pixar and Apple. Getting a serious grilling about his role at Apple, the former Pixar CEO fields questions on the Internet, Microsoft and his competition – providing a real insight into the movie company and Apple’s visions for the future at the time.

Makes you wonder where all those years went, that was 15 years ago…