Steve Jobs goes online at computer museum

The Computer History Museum has created a virtual museum devoted to deceased Apple CEO Steve Jobs.

The exhibit kicks off with a tale of how Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs were using a Blue Box – a device that let them make phone calls from telephone boxes for free.

There’s also some rare footage of Jobs making pronouncements on the present and the future, as well as his foray into the NeXT box – he presented it to the UK public at a press conference for computer journalists at the London Palladium – which may or may not have contributed to the failure of the machine to take on the world+dog+Apple.

You can find the exhibit, here.