Computers are so prevalent in our society they become an afterthought. We don’t think about them because they control everything, and in fact, most major companies now make money with the conceit that people have access to the internet. They’re big, small, fast, efficient, but most importantly–ubiquitous. When Steve Jobs passed away in late 2011, he left a legacy of innovation most people dream of. Jobs, in conjunction with his team in a small California garage, effectively changed the world and primed it for the interactive society we know today.
To celebrate Jobs’ life, history and legacy, a new film is being released — jOBS. The movie features Ashton Kutcher as a young Jobs, and follows his story heading one of the most creative brands in history. A new excerpt has been released in promotion of the film, which can be viewed above. Kutcher looks comfortable as Jobs here, and judging by initial impressions, will do a quality job. jOBS is set to release on April 19, 2013.