At last the most desirable book Steve Jobs released. Its writer Walter Isaacson. It has details life style of Steve Jobs from student life to his professional life. He is the visionary leader of Apple. Steve Jobs is regarded as one of the visionary of modern technology too.
The book has 656 pages. Its written in English. Its publisher Simon & Schuster. Its published on October 24, 2011. The Author of Steve Jobs is Walter Isaacson. He is the CEO of the Aspen Institute. He has been chairman of CNN and the managing editor of Time magazine. He is also the author of Benjamin Franklin: An American Life and of Kissinger: A Biography, and the coauthor of The Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They Made.
From 24th October there has been huge interest among readers. The book are selling in shopping malls as well as Apples “IBooks Online Store” & Amazons “Kindle Ebook Store”. The book ranked as highest selling book in Amazon. [pullquote]According to Amazon, the advertisement of the book: Who He Was, What He Did And How He Did It. Here Is His Story.[/pullquote]
Here you get Jobs’ personal life, personality and beliefs. he was an American influential figure but he was born in a Syrian Muslim family. He was influenced by the counter cultural ideas of the 60’s and the 70’s and yet become one of the most revered corporate figures of all time. He was a billionaire who lived on a regular street with no high ambition, security. His relationship with other giants of technology is the main focus of this book. (Read : Biography of Steve Jobs, Final Tribute To Steve Jobs From Famous Person)
This is an “authorized biography”. Jobs gave here Isaacson complete freedom to write the book and Jobs didn’t demand editorial control. He didn’t even want to see the book before it was published. And it shows. You see Jobs as he was. This is Jobs’ last gift to all the readers who wants to know his vision
The most strange thing is that his death is not mentioned in this book. Not the date, not the time and not even the fact that he is no more. It looks odd to me. But above all its fascinating book for all class of readers.
Goodbye, Mr. Jobs. We will miss you so much…:(