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Steve Jobs' best moments on video

Steve Jobs dominated the industry for over 30 years with his showmanship. We've rounded up video clips of some of our favourite moments.

Steve jobs has died at the age of 56. He illuminated the tech industry for over 30 years with his passion and showmanship. To commemorate this great man, we've rounded up video clips of some of our favourite moments from the most famous technology boss since Henry Ford.

Here's a quick video tour of Steve's life and times, courtesy of

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Here's a nervous -- and very hirsute -- Steve warming up for his first ever TV appearance.

Jobs is perhaps best known for unveiling new Apple products on stage at keynote speeches that brimmed with such theatrical flair they've been nicknamed Stevenotes. Here's a look at the vaunted Steve Jobs Reality Distortion Field in action, in keynotes through the years.

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Here's a telling snippet of Steve's 2009 appearance on long-running US news show 60 Minutes, in which he reveals his model for business is based on The Beatles, and how we'd never have had Toy Story, Finding Nemo or Up if he hadn't been fired by Apple back in 1985.

Here's Steve explaining why a computer is a bicycle for the mind.

In 2005, Steve made an inspirational speech at Stanford University, based on three episodes from his life, advising students that: "You have to trust in something -- your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life".

If that's got you dabbing at your eyes, how about some light relief: here's Steve as the contestant on a Blind Date-style show, wooed by someone unexpected...

Steve shared the stage with Microsoft boss Bill Gates again in 2007. Below are the highlights, while the full interview can be read or viewed at All Things D.

The pair didn't always get on so well. In 1996, Steve told the world that Microsoft "has no taste".