by Joe White
August 12, 2013
This past weekend, the late Steve Jobs was honored with a "Disney Legend" award at the D23 Expo 2013. John Lasseter, an early employee of Pixar, accepted the award on behalf of the Apple co-founder and former chief executive officer, and in doing so recounted his memories and experiences with Jobs. Two videos of the acceptance speech have since appeared online. It's emotional footage, but fans of Apple, Pixar, and - of course - Jobs will want to watch Lasseter's acceptance speech in full. Both of the below videos offer similar footage, though one is shot at a different angle. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RcicFebqRE&feature=player_embedded
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If you can't see the above video, please click this link.Disney said of its 2013 awards:
The Disney Legend Award is our highest and most coveted honor. It’s reserved for the extraordinary visionaries and artists behind the Disney magic, the men and women who push the limits of innovation and creativity to ensure Disney remains truly special. The eight Legends we honor this year helped create some of our most beloved characters along with exciting new worlds and thrilling attractions. They also entertained millions of people and expanded our definition of what’s possible. They are all indelible parts of our legacy, and we are proud to recognize them as true Disney Legends.Along with Jobs, “Monsters University” stars Billy Crystal and John Goodman, Dick Clark, and more received the honor. For more of our recent news, see: More Claims Of "iPhone 5C" Name, Golden iPhone 5S Also Rumored, Norway's Government Blocks 3-D Apple Maps For Oslo, and Popular Anti-Gravity Racer Flashout Is Set To Spawn A Sequel In Q4 2013.