The speech of Steve Jobs’ life



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FORTUNE -- Steve Jobs died one year ago today.

We can think of no better to way mark his passing than to repost, one more time, the most personal speech this very private man ever gave: His commencement address to the Stanford University class of 2005.

If you haven't heard it — or haven't heard it recently — we give you Apple's co-founder on life, death and calligraphy.

"Today I want to tell you three stories from my life. That's it. No big deal. Just three stories…"

Below the fold, 15 minutes, via YouTube. (Here's the link.)

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The transcript is available here.

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