Approaching two years since his untimely passing, Steve Jobs will forever live on as one of the greatest innovators during the emergence of what we have come to know as the digital or information age. The Apple founder, chairman and CEO may have felt a little differently about his legacy, however. Taken from a 1994 interview conducted by the Silicon Valley Historical Association at NeXT, the above clips features Jobs contemplating his past efforts and how they compare to the enduring work created during the Renaissance era. It’s not unlikely that the world eventually loses sight of his towering accomplishments, though that point in time will depend on how fast the world advances through technology. This piece – and the remaining interview – can be seen in the 60-minute documentary titled Steve Jobs: Visionary Entrepreneur, available for purchase here.