With many already possessing a copy of Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson,
it is being officially launched today, Monday – October 24th.
Some of the reviews for it from some leading magazines,
The New York Times ,
“Steve Jobs” greatly admires its subject. But its most adulatory passages are not about people. Offering a combination of tech criticism and promotional hype, Mr. Isaacson describes the arrival of each new product right down to Mr. Jobs’s theatrical introductions and the advertising campaigns. But if the individual bits of hoopla seem excessive, their cumulative effect is staggering. Here is an encyclopedic survey of all that Mr. Jobs accomplished, replete with the passion and excitement that it deserves.
tidbits from early copy of the biography ,
“Jobs viewed textbooks as the next business he wanted to transform. He met with major publishers about it. Jobs also discussed 4G data capacity in a recent board meeting in August.”
“Jobs described Microsoft as “mostly irrelevant” due to being run by salespeople. He didn’t believe Microsoft would change as long as Steve Ballmer was in charge.”
Huffington Post –
“Jobs confided in Sculley that he believed he would die young, and therefore he needed to accomplish things quickly so that he would make his mark on Silicon Valley history. “