Friends and family of Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, have launched a curated online archive dedicated to his legacy. You can visit the archive by following this link.

This digital archive will serve as a repository of historical materials relating to Jobs, some of which have never been published before. New projects will be announced in the coming months.

"With respect for the past and excitement for the future, the Steve Jobs Archive offers people the tools and opportunities to make their own contribution," the site says. "We are building programs, fellowships, collections, and partnerships that reflect Steve's values and carry his sense of possibility forward."

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The beautifully designed website contains audio and video recordings of Jobs, as well as his prominent quotes, speeches, and other materials. One of them is particularly interesting: a poetic email Steve Jobs sent to himself that is dedicated to his love for humanity.

One of the initiators of the archive was Lauren Powell Jobs, Jobs' widow. She shared the news at Vox Media's Code conference. Lauren also noted that new video and audio recordings of Jobs would be added over time.