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Steve Jobs on the Future of the Web.

Steve Jobs is one of the founders of Apple Computers; and he led the development of the Macintosh computer. In 1985 he founded NeXT Computer. It's mission is to develop customized software for businesses; two of their applications are OPENSTEP and NEXTSTEP. Jobs is also the owner of the computer animation company, Pixar. They've made the first feature-length computer-animated film, "Toy Story," in conjunction with Walt Disney, Inc. Jobs will talk with Terry about the future of computer technology. Jobs has won numerous awards including a National Medal of Technology in 1990.

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Other segments from the episode on February 22, 1996

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, February 22, 1996: Interview with Steve Jobs; Commentary on the Ramones' final tour; Interview with Joey Ramone; Review of the film "Angels & Insects."

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