Publish date: 2011-11
Pages no: 656
Edition language: English
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I am not now, nor have I ever been, an Apple fangirl. I've had some experience using a few different Apple computers for work, but I never fell in love with any of their products nor felt the need to possess one. By chance an online friend of mine commented about Walter Isaacson's "Steve Jobs" bio...
if u know what i mean
Steve Jobs is one of a kind is what I got out of this book. Love/hate him, love/hate Apple, it doesn't matter. It's impossible to deny what he and his company have done to change how we listen to music, work, use computers and more. Although Jobs is mostly unlikeable (from denial of the paternity ...
I came out of this biography glad to have and enjoy my Apple products, but equally glad I never met Steve Jobs. I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have liked him if I had. On the other hand, out of such sheer assholery have come some products that I'm very glad to own. Made by a guy who had no compunction ...
The Jobs biography was tons of fun to read. Jobs' life was completely intertwined with a fascinating and exciting period in technology history, and Isaacson did an awesome job of bringing that period of history to life. The narrative felt special both because of the influence Jobs had on society, ...
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