The Transistor: a 1953 documentary, anticipating its coming impact on technology #video - "Made between the 1947 invention of the transistor at Bell Labs and the 1956 awarding of the Nobel Prize for Physics to its creators, this documentary is less about the discovery itself than its anticipated impact on technology and society. The intent of the film was clearly to give the public of that era their first understanding of what a transistor was and why it mattered so much."
AT&T Archives: Similiarities of Wave Behavior (Bonus Edition) #video - "On an elementary conceptual level, this film reflects the multifaceted scientific hyperthinking that was typical of a Bell Labs approach. Host Dr. J.N. Shive's presence as a lecturer is excellent - it's understandable by a layperson even when he branches into equations, because he uses copious amounts of real-world examples to bolster the material."
The Genesis of the Transistor, with Bonus Introduction - AT&T Archives #video - "This 1965 film shows footage of them reunited/recreating their 1940s lab time to show how it was done, but in real life they had parted. Bardeen had left the labs in 1951 for the U. of IL; Shockley in 1956 to run a semiconductor company in California (laying the groundwork for Silicon Valley), and Brattain retired in 1967 to Whitman College."
AT&T Archives: The UNIX Operating System #video - "This film "The UNIX System: Making Computers More Productive", is one of two that Bell Labs made in 1982 about UNIX's significance, impact and usability. Even 10 years after its first installation, it's still an introduction to the system. The other film, "The UNIX System: Making Computers Easier to Use", is roughly the same, only a little shorter. The former film was geared towards software developers and computer science students, the latter towards programmers specifically. "
Macintosh 512K - "The Macintosh 512K is a personal computer that was designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer, inc.from September 1984 to April 1986. It is the first update to the original Macintosh 128K. It was virtually identical to the previous Macintosh, differing primarily in the amount of built-in random-access memory. The increased memory turned the Macintosh into a more business-capable computer and gained the ability to run more software."
Steve Jobs President & CEO, NeXT Computer Corp and Apple. MIT Sloan Distinguished Speaker Series #video - "Steve Jobs, one of the computer industry’s foremost entrepreneurs, gives a wide-ranging talk to a group of MIT Sloan School of Management students in the spring of 1992. Jobs shares his professional vision and personal anecdotes, from his role at the time as president and CEO of NeXT Computer Corporation, to the thrilling challenges of co-creating Apple Computer, and subsequent disappointments at his ousting. In conversational exchanges with audience members Jobs underscores the value of direct experience in the field, and “developing scar tissue.” The unexpected guest lecture within the Sloan Distinguished Speaker Series came about through the efforts of a Sloan MBA ’92 student whose sister had recently married Jobs"
Apple Co-Founder Steve "Woz" Wozniak Talks About the Early Days Before Apple #video - "Steve "Woz" Wozniak visits MacGroup-Detroit in October 2000 and talks about the early days before he and Steve Jobs founded Apple as well as how he got started with electronics, practical jokes and inventing the first personal computer."
The electricity metaphor for the web's future #video - "The dot-com boom and bust is often compared to the Gold Rush. But Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos says it's more like the early days of the electric industry."
Apple Keynote 2007 Complete - iPhone #video - "Watch Apple CEO Steve Jobs kick off the Macworld Conference & Expo 2007 with a keynote address from San Francisco's Moscone West. Check out the exciting new developments at Apple, which include the addition of Paramount movies to iTunes, Apple TV, which allows you to wirelessly play all of your iTunes content from your Mac or PC on your television, and the pioneering iPhone. This revolutionary product is a widescreen iPod with touch controls, a mobile phone, and an Internet communications device all in one."
Steve Jobs in 2007, at D5 Conference (Edited, Full Video) #video - "Steve Jobs full interview with Walt Mossberg at the All Things Digital: D5 Conference in 2007. ❡ Steve Jobs Demo of Apple TV and YouTube app on Apple TV has been removed from this video as it contains third-party content with respective YouTube Content IDs."
April 22, 2008: Steve Wozniak on the Early Days of Apple #video - "Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Inc., speaks at the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley, about entrepreneurship and his experiences during the early days of Apple (April 22, 2008)"
July 14, 2009: YouTube engineers sneak an IE6 deprecation notice banner onto the site: A Conspiracy To Kill IE6 #article - "The bittersweet consequence of YouTube’s incredible growth is that so many stories will be lost underneath all of the layers of new paint. This is why I wanted to tell the story of how, ten years ago, a small team of web developers conspired to kill IE6 from inside YouTube and got away with it."
PandoMonthly: Fireside Chat With Elon Musk #video - "Sarah Lacy talked to Elon Musk of Tesla Motors and SpaceX during PandoMonthly and went into detail on what other entreprenuers should do while raising venture capital, why he isn't going to be doing another Internet startup, his thoughts on CleanTech, the launch of SpaceX, and finally, his plans for the future."
John Sculley On How Steve Jobs Got Fired From Apple | Forbes #video - "On Thursday, Sculley gave perhaps his fullest public account ever of the circumstances surrounding Apple's firing of Steve Jobs."
Elon Musk | Full interview | Code Conference 2016 #video - "SpaceX CEO Elon Musk talks with Recode's Kara Swisher and The Verge's Walt Mossberg about his plans to send a one-way rocket to Mars in 2018. He estimates colonists could start arriving on the Red Planet by 2025. Musk also talks about the proliferation of electric vehicle initiatives that compete with his other company, Tesla, and why autonomous cars will become the norm. He says he doesn't see Google as a competitor, but that "Apple will be more direct." Plus: Why Musk wants more people to have access to the power of artificial intelligence."
March 31, 2016: Tesla Model 3 first test drive 0-60 with 5 adults! 1080HD #video - "Elon Musk unveils the Model 3 at the Tesla Design Studio March 31, 2016. I was among the first to take a ride in the new car and was impressed with the design, power, and great looks! The interior just has one 4:3 ratio monitor in a horizontal positon. There are no gauges or dials anywhere! Still a very fast car and I'm sure options will include models that can go 0-60 in the 4.5 second range. Base models will innclude auto pilot and supercharging."
Elon Musk Answers Your Questions! | SXSW 2018 #video - "From space travel to deep earth boring, Elon Musk shares his opinions on AI, Mars, and business. He explores his early years as an entrepreneur that led to creating some of the most cutting-edge companies on the planet, in the planet and beyond. Oh, and there is a great little ditty at the end."
Apr 26, 2018: 'A Conversation with Bill Gates' Q&A at Harvard University #video - "Join Bill for a wide-ranging student Q&A hosted by Provost Alan Garber and Dean Frank Doyle. Bill will take questions from the audience about various areas of his work – global health and development, technology, clean energy innovation, Alzheimer’s research, philanthropy, and education – as well as current events, his favorite books, and why he loves coming back to Harvard four decades after he dropped out."
ENEMIES NO MORE: MICROSOFT BRINGS THE LINUX KERNEL TO WINDOWS #article - "FOR DECADES, MICROSOFT Windows and the open sourceLinux operating system were polar opposites. Windows was developed by the biggest software company in the world, one that was no friend to open source. Linux was developed by a ragtag team of programmers scattered around the world, often working in their spare time. But over the years, open source, and Linux in particular, went mainstream. Linux now powers the majority of the world's web servers and underpins Android, the world’s most popular mobile operating system. That forced a change in how Microsoft treated the rival operating system. First it began supporting Linux on its cloud service Azure. Then it began releasing software for Android and Linux and even using Linux internally to power Azure. Now Microsoft is bringing the heart of Linux into Windows."