An Apple fan has collected a series of more than 250 Steve Jobs videos in a chapter-by-chapter archive for readers of Walter Isaacson's bestselling biography.
The archive, named "the missing video companion to the great man's bio," was created by Art Matsak, who says that the goal of the website is: "To get all the best Steve Jobs videos in one place and let you watch them as you read the famous bio by Walter Isaacson.""
"The idea for Steve Jobs Archive came pretty naturally," explains Matsak. "As I was reading Steve Jobs' biography, I kept switching between YouTube and the book because so many of the historic moments described by Walter Isaacson are out there on video."
These videos include the launch of the Macintosh, the iPhone presentation, famous advertising campaigns, the making of Pixar movies and more.
"Most of the videos on Steve Jobs Archive are documentary," says Matsak. "I tried to stay away from dramatisations (although I couldn't resist including the "Are you a virgin?" one) and second-hand interviews and narrations."
"In the end I think I've come up with quality material that will be fun to watch even if you've never read the bio," concludes Matsak.
To watch the extensive collection of Steve Jobs videos, visit the archive here.