Steve Jobs Death And Biography

October 26, 2011 by staff 

Steve Jobs Death And BiographySteve Jobs Death And Biography, Episode: “Steve Jobs, a computer icon, life, death, and Apple,” originally aired on October 25  Recommended by: Kurt Batdorf, Snohomish County Business Journal editor

The pitch: In this new episode, Fresh Air host Terry Gross interviews Walter Isaacson, author of the new biography of Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple Computer who died Oct. 5 of complications from pancreatic cancer.

Isaacson wrote biographies of Albert Einstein and Benjamin Franklin. Jobs ‘biography, and employment met 40 times during 2009 and 2010, often in work’ living room. Isaacson also conducted over 100 interviews with Jobs colleagues, family, friends and foes .

Ixaacson biography tells the story of how Jobs revolutionized personal computers. It also tells the personal story of Jobs – from his childhood in Mountain View, California, with his lifelong interest in Zen Buddhism to his relationship with family and friends.

In his last meetings with Isaacson, Jobs changed the conversation of his thoughts on religion and death.

It is an informative look at the life and times of Steve Jobs, whose ideas in technology have revolutionized the way we communicate and have fun today.

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