There have been a countless articles and even books about how you might channel Steve Jobs trademark style for presentations, but you’d have a hard time finding videos of all of those talks in one spot.
Enter Stevenote.tv. It’s a labor of love from web designer Fabio Fiss, who thought it would be a fitting tribute to the late Apple co-founder to gather all of his public appearances by topic in one place.
What’s there so far? You can watch Jobs’ ground-breaking speeches at Macworld, WWDC, Apple Expo, Seybold, plus his demos for NeXt – back when he was still donning three-piece suits – as well as ads, interviews and documentaries, including the recent “One Last Thing” special from PBS.
Stevenote.tv is still a work in progress, the WWDC 2010 page gives an idea of what Fiss wants to do with the entire archive – breaking down the talk into searchable bits of text with splices of video.
If you haven’t seen some of these in awhile, it’s a great trip down memory lane. It’s kinda hard to believe Bill Gates ever went for that “Dating Game” spoof in the 1983 event unless you actually watch it.
(Via Cult of Mac.)