Steve Jobs knew the world would look like this. He knew that we would develop an intimately personal relationship with our computers, and he knew it as far back as the early '80s.
In the video, Jobs also predicts the importance of software in the coming revolution, knowing that hardware is only as good that the stuff that lets you use it. “Notice that every other word is software,” he says. “That should give you some clue.” He mentions interactive software and video, animation, and graphics — technologies that would come to define not only seminal Apple creations such as the Lisa and the Mac, but, well, nearly every machine we use today.