The 60-second Steve Jobs

On YouTube, you can find his iPhone 4 keynote boiled down to a length to fit your needs

If you like to know what Steve Jobs is up to but don't have the time -- or the attention span -- to watch the full-length, 1 hour and 53 minute version of his Worldwide Developers Conference keynote that Apple (aapl) posted on its website, don't despair.

Thanks to a 21-year-old Estonian with a YouTube account called RonaldsThings, you can get the gist of the presentation -- or at least the iPhone 4 portion -- in 60-seconds. Or, if you have a bit more time to spare, RonaldsThings has a more leisurely version that covers the entire keynote in less than five minutes.

The two videos are available here (60 seconds) and here (4:47) and pasted below the fold.

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Sixty-second version:

Four-minute-47-second version:

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