Before the "Stevenotes", the "magical" and "wonderful" products announced at conferences streamed live worldwide, there was a kid amazed to see himself on a TV monitor for the first time. In the video below, courtesy of Electricpig, you can see Steve Jobs in his twenties getting ready for an interview on national television.
It turns out -- surprise -- Jobs wasn't always confident and "arrogant" as you've seen him in the past few years. He's nervous, asks for some water before the show, people adjust his hair and microphone before the interview.
Ah, the good times. Check out the video below. Fascinating.
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