We've been waiting for quite some time, and it even has advanced in a couple of occasions, but the official biography of Steve Jobs is on sale around the world.
Available in both dead tree edition and, more appropriately, digital editing through the iBooks and Kindle, Steve Jobs is now available to buy worldwide - and buy it, people.
The only biography of the president of Apple co-founder and former, was written by renowned biographer Walter Isaacson, the same man who wrote the biography of Albert Einstein and Benjamin Franklin.
From the author of best selling biographies of Benjamin Franklin and Albert Einstein, this is the unique biography of Steve Jobs.
Based on interviews with more than forty works carried out during two years as well as interviews with more than one hundred family members, friends, enemies, competitors and colleagues, Walter Isaacson has written a gripping story of life on the rollercoaster and searingly intense personality of a creative entrepreneur whose passion for perfection and unity revolutionized fierce six industries: personal computers, movies, animation, music, telephones, computers, type notepad, and digital publishing.
The book, which was two years in the making, covers the life of Jobs from the beginning, though his initial expulsion of Apple by John Sculley, right through the building of Pixar and his triumphant return to his true home in 1 Infinite Loop.
We at Redmond Pie all the book itself, or are in order, through various means including iBooks and Kindle, and will earnestly reading its 656 pages in the coming days and weeks as we are sure that also will.
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We read books about the life of Steve Jobs before, but something about reading a book written with the blessing of the man himself, and with unprecedented access to both work and family before his all-too- early death.
Early reviews of the biography suggests that we are in for a treat, with the overwhelming consensus is that the book is not all pro-work, but rather points out some of its flaws as well as suggesting they could have done some things wrong . Those of us concerned that the biography could have turned into an ad for Apple seem to have been worrying unnecessarily.
Download Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson [iBooks Edition $16.99]
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Posted by VdoCity Monday, October 24, 2011