Steve Jobs family launches digital archive

Friends and family members of Steve Jobs launched the Steve Jobs Archive, an organization named after the co-founder of Apple, whose website is dubbed as an archive.

Right now, the content on the site is pretty sparse: a poetic letter from Jobs to himself about his love for humanity, plus some outstanding quotes with video and audio recordings of how the author says them. The press release states that the site “will serve as a repository for historical material relating to Steve, some of which has never been published before.”

Lauren Powell Jobs, Steve’s widow, noted that the creators specifically focused not on material artifacts, but on the ideas and concepts that moved Jobs.

The description on the site states that the new organization will create programs, scholarships, collections and partnerships that reflect the values of Steve Jobs. The first such projects will be announced in the coming months.

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