‘Steve Jobs’ by Walter Isaacson Review | FleshEatingZipper

FleshEatingZipper says: "In the past week, the tech blogosphere and other media outlets have picked at this book like vultures. Jobs granted noted author/biographer Walter Isaacson intimate access to his life, family and then some, going so far as to reveal his final acts and product ideas before his death. Ripping morsels from a tome like this while Apple is in its prime is petty; a cruel version of ‘Snape Kills Dumbledore’ that does little justice to who Steve Jobs was. While I never fell in love with Apple or its end-to-end ecosystem, it’s intriguing to see how ruthless Jobs had to be to exact his specific vision and the enthralling story of how he got there."

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-Mezzo-2547d ago

A (9) why am i not surprised.