The contents of the Warren Buffett Archive include: Warren Buffett – In His Own Words: Short Formulated, comprehensive video clips of Warren Buffett speaking on specific topics and industries taken directly from his yearly shareholder meetings and CNBC interviews, as well as his conversations on Access Hollywood. These video clips and audio interviews form the essential foundation for anyone aspiring to be like the great investor. These media allow the admirer to see and hear at a glance the way Warren Buffett thinks, talks, and behaves – in a format which is easy to comprehend, and one which are not laden with jargon and complicated corporate words.
The contents also include: interviews with: Dr. Robert Kiyosaki, Megyn Kelly, Rachel Maddow, Bill O’Brien, Steve Jobs, Reince Prebble, Philadelphians, Rush Limbaugh, John Stewart, and Harvard Professor Edward Said. Of course, these are just some of the hundreds of guests that have graced the walls of the investor’s home over the decades. The Warren Buffet archive contains many more guests such as former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, Australian Prime Minister John Howard, Canadian Radio Networks’ John Stewart, as well as actors Whoopi Goldberg, George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Tobey Maguire. It is a wealth of information on personalities who are famous or otherwise interesting enough to talk about on the world wide web. As said before, this is a short-formulated but comprehensive guide.
Finally, the Warren Buffet Archive is a great companion to the book, The Wealth of Nations, which highlights the incredible growth of the Internet and its effect on virtually every industry sector. The interactive transcripts and video footage from annual shareholder meetings provide a similar look at how technology has affected the world around us, and what impact it will have upon us in the future. The mere mention of the phrase “online social communities” could fill an entire book, and the incredible growth and advancement of the Internet have only just begun to touch the lives and souls of our global citizens. These are only a sampling of the topics covered in the book, but we believe that anyone who is serious about becoming a shareholder should research it thoroughly prior to purchasing.