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Steve Jobs TV interview about the Home Computer Revolution (1981)

Steve Jobs TV interview about the Home Computer Revolution (1981)

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Steve Jobs TV interview about the Home Computer Revolution (1981)

Interestingly, Steve alludes to "1984" (00:41) years before the famous Apple ad was created!

Steve was 26 years old, not 27 as mentioned in the newscast :)
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