Live blog: Ellison, Pixar's Catmull talk Steve Jobs

Pixar's Ed Catmull and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison are talking about "the lessons of Steve Jobs" at the D10 conference this afternoon. CNET will have live coverage of the chat.

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Join us later this afternoon for live coverage of Pixar's Ed Catmull and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison taking the stage at the D10 conference to talk about "the lessons of Steve Jobs."

The two are being interviewed separately this afternoon, before coming back on stage to talk about the late Apple co-founder, who frequented the D conference series in years past, and had personal and business relationships with both executives.

Jobs has been the topic of much discussion at the conference, between last night's interview with current Apple CEO Tim Cook and today's talk with screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, who's currently penning the screenplay adaption of Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs biography. The chat with Catmull and Ellison is expected to continue that, perhaps bringing new, or otherwise unheard, details of the late technology innovator.

We'll be bringing you live coverage right here. The talk with both executives is expected to kick off around 5 p.m. PT.

Note: The 5 p.m. start time is an estimate. The conference speakers have been running late today.