Steve Jobs Biography
August 16, 2011 by Post Team
The book of 448 pages, entitled Steve Jobs: A Biography, was originally planned for release on March 6, 2012, but it seems that its author, Walter Isaacson was able to churn out faster than expected, helping to ensure that is out of time for the holiday shopping season.
The book cover shows work at its neck and circular glasses brand, stroking his beard as an evil genius. It is very simple, but it sure will be attractive in stores.
The book was written during a period of two years after more than 40 interviews were conducted with the use and hundreds more with your family, friends, colleagues, competitors and adversaries, but despite the close relation to employment and that is the only authorized biography all about it on the market have little to say about what is included. However, he said, “I have no skeletons in the closet that can not be allowed out.”
The book promises to reveal “the Russian life and searingly intense personality” of employment, according to 9to5Mac. Also “offer a vision of passion openly, perfectionism, obsessions, art, evil, and the obligation to control how your approach to business.” Those who worry that the book might be too appreciative of jobs can not be afraid, because the description includes the gossip “. Driven by demons, which could lead to those around him to fury and despair”
The book is being published by Simon & Schuster and should be available in all major bookstores, including online stores such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble. The book is rumored iSteve originally called The Book of Jobs, but it seems that the publisher has chosen a much simpler title.
A biography of Employment is available in an unauthorized publication in 2005, icon: Steve Jobs, the greatest second act in business history. This met with disapproval by Jobs and Apple, and probably the reason I agreed to help with Jobs the official version. ?
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