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All Things Digital has released all of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' appearances at its annual D conference, beginning with the first ever in 2003, as free video and audio podcasts on iTunes.

The audio and video podcasts are titled "Steve Jobs at the D: All Things Digital Conference." The collection also includes a "package of articles" about Jobs written by journalists Walt Mossberg and Ina Fried.

In total, Jobs spoke at five out of the 10 D conferences. The appearances were notable because Jobs was not known for regularly participating in unscripted interviews.

In 2004, Jobs famously revealed at the conference that Apple had developed a PDA but decided not to ship it. In 2005, he promised to pursue lawsuits against online news sites all the way to the Supreme Court.

Jobs' appearance at the 2007 D conference was especially memorable because it involved a on-stage reunion between him and long-time rival Bill Gates.

Steve Jobs at AllThingsD


"I sort of look at us as two of the luckiest guys on the planet because we found what we loved to do and we were at the right place at the right time and we?ve gotten to go to work every day with super bright people for 30 years and do what we love doing," Jobs said during the joint interview.

Jobs made his final showing at D8 in 2010. During his talk, he discussed the lack of Adobe Flash on Apple's iOS devices and had strong words for developments surrounding a missing iPhone 4 prototype. The executive also talked about how Foxconn's factory in Shenzhen is not a sweatshop.

This year, Apple CEO Tim Cook followed in his mentor's footsteps by opening up D10. Cook said during his interview that he is planning to "double down" on secrecy at Apple. He also said the company plans to double down on Siri and has some "cool ideas" to show off in coming months.

Tim Cook at D10


Cook opened up about the emotional loss he felt the day that Jobs died last year, calling it "one of the saddest days" of his life. He also talked about the day that he first met with Jobs to interview for a position at Apple. Just five minutes into their meeting, Cook already knew that he wanted to work with Jobs.

Cook also talked about Apple's plans for social integration, promising more developments in the future. He said the company may do more with Facebook as well.

Other comments from Cook on Tuesday included a discussion about why the standards-essential patent system is broken, updated sales figures for the Apple TV and remarks that Cook wants American-made Apple products.

AllThingsD has posted video footage of Cook's interview.

This year's conference has included several sessions about Jobs and his legacy. On Wednesday, screenwriter Aaron Sorkin talked about how his adaptation of Jobs' biography will be more of a "painting" than a photograph. In addition, Pixar president Ed Catmull and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison gave a talk on Wednesday entitled "The Lessons of Steve Jobs."

AppleInsider is on-site at D10 in southern California and will continue to provide coverage on Thursday.
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I heard a rumour there is going to be a holographic Steve Jobs on stage at WWDC.

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These are a good addition to the iTunes podcasts.

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AI swapped the "audio" and "video" links above.

You have to click on the audio link to get to the video through iTunes.

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Wait a minute! Am I crazy or is the video file of Jobs and Gates at D5 only eight minutes long? I'm in the middle of downloading all the videos and haven't gotten to the D5 one yet but in the iTunes store it is clearly listed as eight minutes. Fortunately I already have a copy of D5 and it is about 90 minutes. Very strange. 

 

Be advised that the D8 file is 4.21GB. Must be HD but it isn't listed as HD.

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I never met him but I'm friggin miss that guy...

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There goes my weekend!

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AI swapped the "audio" and "video" links above.
You have to click on the audio link to get to the video through iTunes.
Lol

Only reason to come to this site is for the useful information some members post. Definitely not the articles with this sort of inaccuracy. Or this Huddler Tech forum.
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Be advised that the D8 file is 4.21GB. Must be HD but it isn't listed as HD.

Thanks, I only had it as a 220MB file and wouldn't have noticed because I already have them all. What I would like is the Seybold keynotes in something higher than 480*360.
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