Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

If we didn’t know better, we would have thought that the release of Steve Jobs’ biography so soon after his death was some kind of brilliantly timed Apple marketing move. In a way, it kind of was considering that Jobs asked Walter Isaacson to write his biography after he became ill in 2009. But despite the fact that Jobs had his hands in every aspect of his company, he gave Isaacson free reign when it came to his biography. As a result, Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson is honest and raw. The book doesn’t just show us Steve Jobs, the innovative genius CEO of Apple—it also shows us Steve Jobs, the hippie kid who walked around barefoot, barely ever showered and occasionally dropped acid. (So THAT’S what Apple meant when they said “Think Different”)

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