As you have no doubt heard by now, Steve Jobs has died at the tender age of just 56. The founder and former CEO of Apple leaves behind a legacy that touched the lives of many millions of people.

This video shows Jobs’ Stanford Commencement Address from 2005, made a year after he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. It’s well worth watching again at this juncture.

This speech is the one I have seen many quotes taken from, mainly because it was Jobs at his most open and honest. He discusses facing death, and how it liberates an individual from worrying about failure or petty concerns.

Steve Jobs will be sorely missed by anyone who has ever owned an Apple product or device inspired by the company. And by anyone who had any contact with him whatsoever.


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