Steve Jobs Biography 2011

October 24, 2011 by staff 

Steve Jobs Biography 2011Steve Jobs Biography 2011, Biography of Steve Jobs – easily the most anticipated title of 2011 – opens today, offering a warts and all view of culture icon and the wizard technological co-founder of Apple.

Apple, meanwhile, is the promise of a commemorative video public service employment, which was shrouded in secrecy, when it was held last week. For those interested in the video, called “Celebration of Steve,” Apple’s Web site advises, “will be available soon Please check back later ..”

The announcement of plans to publish the video came just hours before its release on Monday of “Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson. The author apparently had the blessing of Jobs to write a story openly, and jobs submitted to the interviews in the course of several years, even just before he died Jobs.

Both the book and video are sure to be gobbled up by fans, admirers, colleagues and students of the work of life, all of whom seem to have an insatiable interest in a man whose cultural influence can be seen and felt in many areas of our lives – cell phones and computers that only a few. October 5 death at age 56 after a long battle with cancer, caused emotional reactions and tributes from around the world.

The funeral was held Wednesday at Apple headquarters in Cupertino under strict security measures, partly to fend off protesters. Speakers included former Vice President Al Gore, and Apple closed its stores for several hours to allow employees to view a live broadcast of the event.

Jobs have decided to cooperate with the executive Isaacson and wanted his children to understand better after having left their lives. Jobs is said to have encouraged their friends and colleagues to be honest with the author as well.

The book has been at the top of the list of Amazon presales for weeks, which means it is almost certain to be number 1 on the bestseller list this week.

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