Steve Jobs’ greatest performance
Many will point to Steve’s 2005 Stanford commencement speech as his greatest ever. I won’t argue with that.
But his greatest presentation on Apple’s behalf was in January, 2007, when he unveiled the iPhone for the first time. It highlights everything that made Steve the best pitchman: Vision, humor, poise, comedic timing, and especially the way he spoke to his audience — like a normal guy in love with life, not like a corny executive. This is what I’ll be watching tonight.
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