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Monday, June 25, 2007

About life...

This is a video I've found randomly browsing the net. Previously I did search for it, but only on vague references.

What is it about? Steve Jobs gives a very cool speech at Stanford University, cool because it advocates following your heart and not settling on someone else's ideas of how your life should be. He basically goes in front of so many Stanford graduates and tells them that the things they learned there and stood by were nothing compared with the things they felt needed doing.

I really think that there must have been a lot of angry teachers after listening to Steve Jobs telling their students that he dropped out of college and that it was one of his best life decisions and that they should ignore all the brainwashing they had to go through to get to their graduation

Watch it. It is worth it.

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