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This fascinating documentary was filmed from December 1985 to March 1986 at NeXT’s team retreat in Pebble Beach. It offers a rare glimpse of Steve’s vision, aspirations and managerial approach. HIGHLIGHTS: 03:14. First retreat (Dec. 1985) 13:05. Second retreat (Mar. 1986) Location: Pebble beach, California Steve was 31 years old. More Insanely Great Videos & Info at Help us caption & translate this video! Video Rating: / 5 Why is it important for ND Master Gardeners to report their volunteer service hours? Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGardening for Kids and the Pumpkin NEW | Stories for Children from Steve and Maggie | Wow English TVAnimals in the Garden for Kids from Steve and Maggie | Learn English Speaking with Wow English TVJobs MGSteve Harvey Breaks Down After Seeing His Mama’s HouseSteve JonesCommunity health impacts of factory farms: Steve Wing at TEDxManhattan 2013

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  • Thanasis Athanasi 1 year ago

    The biggest asshole in the history of computers. He has been fired by his own company the asshole… Look at him.

  • Karleen Madison 1 year ago

    Love you Steve Jobs, no matter the crap people say about you, you were unbelievable. Thank you.

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  • Maartin Steen 1 year ago

    "just casually tending my garden in my whitest shirt. Its all natural. just like the all-fruit diet that killed me"

  • strongbrownguy2233 1 year ago

    Just a GOAT in his natural habitat

  • FREE FOOTAGE 1 year ago


  • Steve Chaszar 1 year ago

    follow your heart

  • Ichiro Akuma 1 year ago

    After all Jobs's "reality distortion", the NeXT didn't appear in 1987 for $3000 as he was insisting here.
    It arrived in 1988 for $6500 and was discontinued 2 years later, a commercial failure.
    Brilliant people fail. Then they learn and do better.

  • Sal Marone 1 year ago

    The amazing thing is everything he says came true and then some

  • SuperZed21 1 year ago

    I see Napoleon Dynamite at 3:55

  • MrNevenon 1 year ago

    This is actually really, really gripping. Better than many films coming out today no matter what genre.

  • Arnoud1987000 1 year ago

    reminds me of me and my record label lmao what a work

  • gabriel (gabricsantos) 1 year ago

    Good vibe

  • xpez 1 year ago

    All of these people are retiring soon…

  • Monty 1 year ago

    when college campuses made real progress

  • Andrew Lipscomb 1 year ago

    "Fuck everything after shipment" lol

  • capgains 1 year ago

    is there a video that exists, showing the decision to send jobs overseas?
    love to see that one

  • Tapirus Sbrabous 1 year ago

    A really tyrannic bad person, but a great genius. He wanted to change the world and made it. Too bad technology did not make humans a millimeter better.

  • Dreama40 1 year ago

    On his death bed he regretted his focus on business and profit and wished he had spent more time with family and friends, he said that is what really matters when your facing the end of your life and for many of us it takes that to realize it.

  • Gabriel Friedel 1 year ago

    look at 10:00 kate winslet did greeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaat job!