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Steve Jobs has attracted millions of people throughout his storied career.  There's a tangible sense among the general public that we never fully knew the real man behind the legend.

The recent book on “Steve Jobs” written by Walter Isaacson had aroused much passion and echo in our hearts regarding the legacy of Steve Jobs.  In November, this has become the best book in Amazon.  Here is the Review by Chris Schluep “It is difficult to read the opening pages of Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs without feeling melancholic. Jobs retired at the end of August and died about six weeks later.

Now, just weeks after his death, you can open the book that bears his name and read about his youth, his promise, and his relentless press to succeed. But the initial sadness in starting the book is soon replaced by something else, which is the intensity of the read--mirroring the intensity of Jobs’s focus and vision for his products.

Few in history have transformed their time like Steve Jobs, and one could argue that he stands with the Fords, Edisons, and Gutenbergs of the world. This is a timely and complete portrait that pulls no punches and gives insight into a man whose contradictions were in many ways his greatest strength.”

To add to our treasure to the man behind Steve Jobs, here is a collection of  8 Interview Transcripts on the Life And Death of Steve Jobs: They are either interiews, conversations or Speeches on the Subject of Steve Jobs by Steve Jobs himself or those who have worked closely with him.  These will shed light to us of what the man is like behind Steve Jobs.

The following transcripts are included:

1.  Transcript of  Daniel Morrow Interview with  Steve Jobs on Steve Job’s Oral History

2.  Transcript of Steve Job's Commencement Speech at Stanford

3.  Transcript of An Interview With Steve Jobs On Closing Bell, the new iPods, the iPhone and the Beattles

4.  Transcript Of Steve Jobs

5.  Transcript of Steve Jobs remarks on Apple’s Earnings in a telephone call with Peter Oppenheimer, Apple’s chief financial Officer

6.  A Transcript of the Interview with John Sculley on Steve Jobs

7.  A Transcript of An Interview with Walter Isaacson On Writing Steve Jobs' Biography Transcript

8.  AMERICAN MORNING Interview With Steve Wolnziak on Steve Job the day after Steve Job died

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