Some of Steve Jobs' most public moments are now available for public consumption on iTunes -- for free.
Veteran Silicon Valley reporters Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher of All Things D announced Thursday that they would release six lengthy interviews they conducted with the late Apple co-founder between 2003 and 2010.
"In these onstage conversations, Jobs explained his — and Apple’s — evolving philosophy of where the digital world was heading, and of business itself," Mossberg and Swisher wrote Thursday. "He discussed competitors, controversies and his own sense of what matters most. He stressed the importance of building products for their actual users, not “orifices” like corporate IT departments or cellphone carriers. He explained why it was often more important to decide what products and features not to build than to pick the ones that were built. He even appeared jointly in a historic conversation with his lifelong rival, Bill Gates."
The two recently sat down with Jobs' hand-chosen successor Tim Cook to talk about Job's legacy and helping steer Apple forward in his absence.
All Things D worked with Apple to release the latest videos and to ensure that they would all be available for free and in high quality.