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May 30, 2012 at 5:28 PM

D10: Steve Jobs videos released on iTunes

RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif. _ As a memorial to Steve Jobs, the All Things D conference is giving away full-length videos of six interviews he gave at the annual tech event.

They include the moving, joint interview with Bill Gates that was the highlight of the 2007 conference.

All Things D has released excerpts of the interviews before but hadn’t freely shared the entire sessions.

Co-host Walt Mossberg announced the videos were being given away on iTunes, before a session in which Pixar’s Ed Catmull and Oracle’s Larry Ellison shared lessons they learned from the late Apple co-founder.

Here’s a link to iTunes where the interviews are available in high-def video or as audio podcasts.

Here’s a video of the session with Mossberg, Catmull and Ellison, including Ellison’s anecdote about an issue with Jobs’ peacock:

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