At its tenth annual `D: All Things Digital Conference' (D10), All Things Digital released the biggest-thus-far trove of video of Apple's legendary founder Steve Jobs --- with the collection comprising all of Jobs' appearances at the annual D conferences from 2003 to 2010.
Released as free video and audio podcasts on iTunes, the collection - titled "Steve Jobs at the D: All Things Digital Conference" - shows Jobs involved in onstage conversations, giving candid answers to unscripted questions and voicing his opinions about developments in the technology and business arena.
The collection - inclusive of a "package of articles" about Jobs written by journalists Walt Mossberg and Ina Fried - comprises video and audio podcasts in which Jobs talks about his, and Apple's, evolving philosophy of the direction in which the digital world was heading, and about Apple's rivals, controversies and his own sense of what matters most.
During the course of his onstage conversations at the D conferences, Jobs - who died in October last year - emphasized the significance of developing products aimed at their `actual' users, and also elucidated why a decision about what products and features should not be build was of often more crucial than picking the ones which have been built.
With All Things Digital describing its the release of the Jobs' collection as "a memorial to a great man," Oracle CEO Larry Ellison said at the D10 conference in Palos Verdes, California: "Steve was one of those people where the best idea won. But you had to persuade him, and he was a smart guy."
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