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A tape of the lecture surfaced recently and has been posted to a website by Marcel Brown, a technology consultant in Edwardsville, Ill., reports The Aspen Times.
"Regarding the speech, it is amazing to hear Steve Jobs talk about some things that were not fully realized until only a handful of years ago," Brown wrote on his blog. "This talk shows how incredibly ahead of his time he was."
For example, he hinted at a future with computer tablets. Keep in mind that this talk was in 1983.
"We will find a way to put (a computer) in a shoebox and sell it for $2,500, and finally, we'll find a way to put it in a book," Jobs told the audience in Aspen.
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