YouTube is home to a lot of silly cat videos, epic fails and earnest musicians trying to be "the next big thing".
But beyond that it is also home to countless fascinating interviews, documentaries and conference talks from years gone by, many involving tech luminaries such as Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Linus Torvalds.
V3 took a quick trawl through the YouTube archives to dig up some fascinating interviews with the great and the good of the tech world past and present for you to enjoy.
Missing a good one? Let us know in the comments below.
10. Steve Jobs in the 1990s
We'll start with a classic featuring Steve Jobs. Never one to mince his words, in this 1990 interview Jobs has some choice words to say about IBM, Xerox, NeXT and Apple.
Perhaps the most interesting moment comes at 31 minutes and 40 seconds, when the interviewer asks Jobs just how far computing technology could go, suggesting to the great man that one day PCs, and even phones, might feature music players.
Jobs, though, isn't having any of it: "Just like your phone isn't your television set, just like your toaster isn't your radio."
How wrong he was.
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