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  • This book, perhaps, will give a head start to any novel, which risks looking dull and pale in its background
  • A man whose mood or state of health could affect Apple's stock and its competitors
  • As Steve Jobs wanted, the book came out without embellishing his personality
  • The book STEVE JOBS by Walter Isaacson is a decent biographical book
  • You will not regret reading this book - I guarantee it


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      What do we know about Steve Jobs, his formation as a person and as a businessman? What do we know about the shape of Apple Corporation? Before reading the book, I knew nothing. It is probably one of the most exciting books I have read in the last five or even ten years.

      The unexpected facts, surprising turns of biography, and extraordinary events described in this documentary biography of Steve Jobs surpass many fictions of fiction authors. This book, perhaps, will give a head start to any novel, which risks looking dull and


      pale in its background.

      Steve Jobs is one of the most recognizable and extraordinary persons of our time. A man whose mood or state of health could affect Apple’s stock and its competitors. Jobs changed the world’s view of IT-technology and influenced the digital industry worldwide.

      Walter Isaacson began work on the book STEVE JOBS at Jobs’ request. The book’s material is common knowledge and about 40 exclusive interviews with Steve and more than 100 with his relatives and colleagues. As Steve Jobs wanted, the book came out without embellishing his personality.

      After all, like everyone else, he was not perfect. This is one of the most controversial and multifaceted characters.

      In my mind, Steve Jobs was associated roughly with Bill Gates, two competitors, both wealthy, wise, and famous. After reading the book, you are amazed at what an extraordinary and even extravagant personality Jobs were. He used drugs, never showered, and walked around barefoot in his younger years.

      At the same time, already wealthy, and the company owner says a lot. A man who strove always to be first and put work, not human relationships, in ...


      • STEVE JOBS, memoirs by WALTER ISAACSON
      the first place. A man who practically burned himself out with his constant experiments with diets and hunger strikes, even when he was terminally ill.

      Yet even his opponents and foes acknowledged that he was a brilliant and extraordinary man. Please read it for sure, and Jobs has never been shown to us before.

      The book is elementary to read. Easy to understand language, clear structure, the presentation of facts, and a different perspective on the same things - I haven’t read a more attractive “textbook” on history yet). It’s not just a

      biography of one man - it’s a look at a whole range of historical events of the day.

      The book STEVE JOBS by Walter Isaacson is a decent biographical book. It contains some general educational useful material and exciting information about technology and electronics while showing a famous person’s life quite well.

      Jobs changed the way we think about the world of technology. If you want to know the genuine Steve Jobs, the man-legend who left his mark on history - pay attention to this book. You will not regret reading this book - I guarantee it.




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GEORGE says :

He was a great man

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LOGAN replies :

But many people say that he was a very wayward person.

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