Priceless Steve Jobs interviews now free on iTunes


You know I like my Steve Jobs videos.

That’s why its such good news to hear that All Things D, who is wrapping up the last day of their 10th annual conference today, May 31, released a rare collection of Steve Jobs interviews as free downloads on iTunes.

The interviews, which covers Steve Jobs six appearances at the All Things D conferences from 2003 to 2010, is the largest collection of the legendary innovator’s most candid moments, talking about business, Apple, technology, and even a 10-year ‘marriage’ with long-time friend and rival Bill Gates.

Serving as a memorial to the great man, these ‘priceless pieces of history’ are available in AUDIO and VIDEO format.

So, let the Steve Jobs fest begin! But while you’re downloading the clips at iTunes, here is another video clip from 1997’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) where he talks about the now-famous “Focus is about saying NO” lesson.

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Love Monaco? Now You Can Take It Everywhere You Go: For $1 Billion!

Do you love Monaco? Who doesn’t right, it’s a pretty awesome place. Well imagine this a yacht based on the streets of Monaco.

The staggering 155m Streets of Monaco yacht is expected to cost over $1.1 billion to build and is modelled on a section of Monte Carlo, Monaco.

A LAVISH new yacht recreating the billionaire’s playground of Monaco is set to become the world’s most expensive yacht.

Currently in the design stage, the super-ship will feature smaller versions of the state’s famous landmarks such as the Monte Carlo Casino and racetrack, as well as swimming pools, tennis courts, a cinema, a go kart track and a Hotel de Paris.

Instead of traditional decks the one-of-a-kind ship will have buildings, and instead of a swimming platform it will have a beach.

Travellers will also spot waterfalls, a swim-in Jacuzzi-bar, helicopters and submarines on board.

The one-of a kind ship could be home to 16 guests and 70 crew with the main apartment spread over three floors and 445 sq m.

Linking upper and lower living areas is the Atrium – featuring seven guest suites, a bathroom, bedroom, dressing room, reception and balcony.

The idea for the super-boat, designed by Yacht Island Design, was sparked by car racing and developed into something more innovative.

“It is basically a floating city,” company director Rob McPherson said.

“The design theme called for a unique yacht that reflected the style and sophistication of the principality.

“We want to create a truly unique environment that could take the principality of Monaco to the ocean.”

The ship will exceed the $1 billion price tag reportedly paid by Roman Abramovich for his Eclipse yacht.

A second creation by Yacht Island Design will be a smaller 85-metre yacht based on a Pacific Island theme.

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