If you haven't learned enough about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs from his biography that was released earlier this year, you might want to check out the 's new online exhibit.
The exhibit, titled "Steve Jobs: From Garage to World's Most Valuable Company," can be found on the museum's Web site, and features photos, and old video footage of the global tech giant.
The exhibit tells the story of Jobs' life through pictures, and presents a number of historic documents, such as a newsletter from Jobs and Steve Wozniak's Homebrew Computer Club and a confidential business outlining Apple's public offering plans and original plans for the Macintosh.
Included in the exhibit is a 22-minute 1980 video of Jobs talking about his early days at Apple.
Established in Mountain View in 1996, the Computer History Museum features the world's largest collection of computing artifacts, including an Apple collection of more than 3,000 catalogued items. Recently , the author of the only authorized biography of Jobs, spoke at CHM.
You can view the entire Steve Jobs' online exhibit here.