I’ve just finished a marathon session of reading all the way through Steve Jobs on my iPad — and I’m sure Jobs would have appreciated the odd harmony of people reading his life story on a device he helped create.
After reading his biography, I’m no longer convinced that Steve Jobs would have liked me if we’d ever met in person. At least not at first. More likely, he’d have torn me a new one in our first meeting and told me that I sucked and everything I did was worthless. Then, in our second meeting, he’d have parroted my ideas back at me as though they were his own. It was appare…
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Review: Walter Isaacson’s ‘Steve Jobs’