After hours of getting this thing right...
天啊 看看那個 我上電視了耶
God, look at that. Look, I'm on television.
-是不是很棒呢 -對啊 真的很棒
-Hey! Isn't that amazing? -Yeah, it is.
-You're on TV in New York, too. -What's that?
-No, no. -Yes, you are.
Am I really? Are you serious?
對啊 他們在紐約也有播出 天啊
Yeah, they got you in New York. God.
I'm gonna let you put it in your own ear.
-Really? -It's a talk back.
They're going to talk to you.
This is not the real thing, right?
You just want a picture of me now?
-They're going to sit you here first. -God.
You need to tell me where the restroom is, too,
cos I'm deathly ill, actually,
and ready to throw up at any moment, so...
-就在那房♥間後面 -太好了 我可不是開玩笑
-It's right across the hall. -Great. I'm not joking.
各位 我們準備要開始了 紐約那邊已經在等了
We're ready to go, gentlemen. New York's waiting for a shot of him.
If you see in my eyes, I've been crying just a little bit.
And it seems really ridiculous because I've never met the man.
I know life is ephemeral, but I just, you know,
I expected him to be around a little longer.
我想其他人也是這樣想的 但 你知道的...
Pretty sure everybody did, but, you know...
The thing I'm using right now, an iMac, he made.
He made the iMac. He made the Macbook.
He made the Macbook Pro. He made the Macbook Air.
He made the iPhone. He made the iPod.
沒錯 他也創造了觸控型 音樂播放器
Yeah, he's made the iPod Touch.
He's made everything.
In the jingle jangle morning I'll come following you
It's not often that the whole planet seems to feel a loss together,
but after the death of Steve Jobs,
co-founder of Apple and singular dreamer,
all day, we watched as there was a kind of global wake.
在社羣網站臉書上 數百萬人 將檔案照換成蘋果商標
On Facebook, millions changing their profiles to the Apple logo.
A kind of black armband, a gesture of gratitude.
We've been monitoring the hashtag "thankyousteve."
My favorite tweet last night
was four simple letters simply saying, "iSad."
When Steve Jobs died, I was mystified.
What accounted for the grief of millions of people who didn't know him?
I'd seen it with John Lennon and Martin Luther king,
but Steve Jobs wasn't a singer or a civil-rights leader.
Many commentators were surprised
by the intensity and the power of this wave of emotion.
What was it? And I think it was truly love.
Jobs has proven to be the one and only person in the world
who can create technology products that people love.
I love "Wall-E," a film Jobs's Pixar produced, and I love my iPhone,
but the grief for Jobs seemed to go beyond the products he left behind.
We mourned the man himself, but why?
幕後的喬布斯 可說是無情 狡猾又殘酷的人
Behind the scenes, Jobs could be ruthless, deceitful and cruel.
Yet he won our hearts by convincing us
that Apple represented a higher ideal.
It was not like other companies. It was different.
早安 歡迎來到蘋果 1984年的年度股東大會
Good morning and welcome to Apple's 1984 annual shareholders' meeting.
I'd like to open the meeting with part of an old poem,
這首詩有20年的歷史了 作者是狄倫 鮑伯狄倫
about a 20-year-old poem, by Dylan. That's Bob Dylan.
"Come writers and critics who prophesize with your pens
and keep your eyes wide, the chance won't come again."
"And don't speak too soon for the wheel's still in spin
and there's no telling who that it's naming."
"For the loser now will be later to win, for the times, they are a-changing."
Jobs loved Dylan maybe because he wasn’t just one thing.
He was a storyteller who could be
whatever we wanted him to be.
I don't even what know what All Along The Watchtower means.
我認爲這就是 我聽過最美 最深刻
I think it is one of the most beautiful, haunting,
最出色的詩歌♥了 對我來說 就像喬布斯一樣
brilliant pieces of poetry ever. And to me, it's like Steve.
"There must be some way out of here, said the..." What is it?
Said the Joker to the Thief.
There's something going on here in life
beyond just a job and a family and career.
There's another side of the coin.
It's the same thing
that causes people to want to be poets instead of bankers.
And I think that that same spirit can be put into products.
And those products can be manufactured and given to people,
and they can sense that spirit.
A computer is a straightforward, everyday machine.
A simple way of studying the principle of how it works
is that a computer is quite dead.
It can do nothing without someone to give instructions.
When I was growing up, computers weren't something to love.
They were something to fear.
They were huge, impersonal, made by faceless corporations.
But for Jobs, it was different.
I saw my first computer when I was 12 at NASA.
We had a local NASA center nearby. It was a terminal,
which was connected to a big computer somewhere.
This is one of the consoles they might be using in the future.
It looks very much like just a regular typewriter.
Too often the equipment of the past
has sort of been designed for other machines.
They're really not for people.
I saw my second computer a few years later, the Hewlett-Packard 9100.
The 9100 computing calculator.
It was very large. Had a very small cathode ray tube on it for display.
And I got a chance to play with one of those maybe in 1968.
I started going up
to Hewlett-Packard's Palo Alto research lab every Tuesday night,
and I spent every spare moment I had trying to write programs for it.
I was so fascinated by this.
We have a pointing device called a mouse.
I don't know why we call it a mouse.
1968年 滑鼠之父 史丹佛道格恩格巴特
By 1968, Stanford's Doug Engelbart, inventor of the mouse,
was asking new questions
about the essential nature of our changing relationship with computers.
If in your office, you as an intellectual worker
were supplied with a computer display
backed up by a computer that was alive for you all day
and was instantly responsible, responsive,
instantly responsive to every action you had,
how much value could you derive from that?
We needed a guide to help us navigate this new relationship.
My whole adult life has been spent building personal computers.
So, the history of my vocation and my avocations
and, you know, my growing up are all the same,
and it's very hard to separate one from the other.
I come from a place called Silicon Valley, California,
and you'll find there are a lot of electronics kits around.
My electronics teacher realized that I had a lot of computer ability
that went beyond anything he could possibly teach me in school.
He knew that as long as I was in class, I was just going to sit around,
playing pranks on the other students
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