iSteve: The Book of Jobs
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs broke with expectations on Sunday after Simon & Schuster said he had agreed to participate in an authorized biography. Aspen president chief and former Time managing editor Walter Isaacson is penning iSteve: The Book of Jobs with an expected shelf date of early 2012. The official access gave him rare access to a direct interview with Jobs as well as his family, coworkers, and also challengers.
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I think it will be fitting to download it to my iPad 2 when it's released.
I'll read it on my iPhone4 while watching "Macheads: The Movie" on my iPad.
Quite sad also because he has probably agreed to this due to deteriorating health. Hope it's not so! Keep up the struggle Steve. You and your team have made many of us happy.