Netflix: Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview
A long chat from 1995 with the co-founder of Apple about his business philosophy, the good old days, and the future of computers. Watching it for me is a mix of nostalgia (it’s good to see him looking well and healthy as he draws near the end of his exile in NEXT), insights, and hearing too-oft-quoted insights from people.
My favourite takeaway this time around was the idea of “real artists ship”. That there is a lot of difference between having a good idea, and having a good product: that there’s so much to be done in moving from one to another.