At first people said, digital animation, impossible.
Too much computer time.
It would be too expensive to bring it to market.
But Jobs and his team stick to their vision.
In 1991, Pixar gets its break.
Signing a deal with Disney to produce three full-length computer-animated films.
I love the "Toy Story" series. I just do.
"Toy Story" is followed by one hit after another.
We were all proved wrong,yet again, by Steve Jobs.
He had it figured out
that this was going to be a big thing.
And he was going to help make it a big thing.
I don't just love The Incredibles
I love Pixar.
I love what they're about,
what they do and what they stand for.
The product they put out.
The product respects the audience.
It's bigger than Steve Jobs could have imagined.
Disney buys Pixar for $7.4 billion.
This mouse proves to be more lucrative for Jobs than this one.
Pixar with millions and the payout was billions.
That's really all you need to know.
Perhaps Jobs greatest contribution to Pixar was recognizing its hidden potential
and standing by his investment,
something he would do again and again after his return to Apple in 1997,after buying NeXT Technology.
He was somebody who saw technology, which was faceless,cold, mechanical,
他真正懂科技 科技本身没表情 是冰冷的 是机械的
and saw in it,the promise of a world that is warm,that reaches out, that touches people
because that's what the computer revolution is all about.
Jobs' sequel takes him from play things to play lists
and the world becomes his theater.