The book I am reviewing is the biography of Steve jobs. This biography is by Isaac Walterson he was chosen by Steve jobs himself This book tells us abou. Although Jobs cooperated with this book, he asked for no control over what was This biography is by Isaac Walterson he was chosen by Steve jobs himself. How many of you’ve already read Steve Jobs’ Biography written by Isaac Walterson? Is it good? Is it bad? Felt addicted to Steve’s philisophy?.
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I recognized the revolutionary nature of it and had to have one.
Overall I recommend this book to most people at least at the age of 12 because this book does require mature readers. None has ever disappointed me. We take abuse seriously in ixaac discussion boards. To find those people and to hone the abilities of the ones who stayed, he had no reservations about crushing their substandard efforts or their feelings. Refresh and try again. He impressed waltwrson me the value of honesty, rather than trying to whitewash things.
But I knew he could be unkind and rough. Discover new books on Goodreads. He could distort reality, yet he was also brutally honest most of the time. We would take long walks or drives, or sit in his garden, and I would raise a topic and let him expound on it.
Was it difficult for you to cut through the RDF and get beneath the narrative that he created?
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Benjamin Franklin, Einstein, and Steve Jobs. Get to Know Us. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. I bought this book, not because it was about Jobs, but because I’m a big awlterson of Isaacson.
Prasad GR ‘s review Jun 13, Jobs embraced the counterculture and Buddhism. My son left this book on my coffee table. With the exception of one laptop and 2 non-smart cell phones, in my personal and professional life since I’ve had nothing but Apple products – computers both desktop and laptopiPads, iPods, and my crown jewel: Want to Read saving…. This is a first-rate biography that is extremely well-balanced, even though there were times when I couldn’t help feeling that Isaac Walterson was, in waltrrson, in awe of Steve Jobs.
Kit Looi ‘s review Jun 18, Iswac and try again. Just a moment jbos we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Was it easy to get others to talk about Jobs willingly? Even during the more formal sessions in his living room, I would just sit quietly and listen.
The Sculley years were less than inspiring after Jobs left and it was very interesting to have a behind the scenes view of the Apple history.
Isaacson has done a brilliant job of covering various aspects of Jobs’ life and work, in the right measure, and in a narrative that can engage even a Luddite – that is, if ever one reads it! Although I have awarded this book four stars, I confess isaca I was unable to finish it.
issac Discover new books on Goodreads. This taught me how to do things and it taught me different things that amused me and some even baffling me. Though I doubt that he has a subjective view about Steve… I must admit that the lines Walter writes about the last days stvee Steve… is very … well, impressive. How did he go from being a “stoner” and juvenile delinquent to starting one of the world’s most successful companies?
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