There have been a countless articles and even books about how you might channel Steve Jobs trademark style for presentations, but you’d have a hard time finding videos of all of those talks in one spot.
Enter Stevenote.tv. It’s a labor of love from web designer Fabio Fiss, who thought it would be a fitting tribute to the late Apple co-founder to gather all of his public appearances by topic in one place.
What’s there so far? You can watch Jobs’ ground-breaking speeches at Macworld, WWDC, Apple Expo, Seybold, plus his demos for NeXt – back when he was still donning three-piece suits – as well as ads, interviews and documentaries, including the recent “One Last Thing” special from PBS.
Stevenote.tv is still a work in progress, the WWDC 2010 page gives an idea of what Fiss wants to do with the entire archive – breaking down the talk into searchable bits of text with splices of video.
If you haven’t seen some of these in awhile, it’s a great trip down memory lane. It’s kinda hard to believe Bill Gates ever went for that “Dating Game” spoof in the 1983 event unless you actually watch it.