Стена | ВКонтактеAs Walter Isaacson describes in his best-selling biography, Steve Jobs , the recently recrowned chief executive had a simple response: Break the contract. The shipper did sue. The manager quit Apple. The legal imbroglio took a year and presumably a significant amount of money to resolve. What lesson should we draw from this anecdote? After all, we turn to the lives of successful people for inspiration and instruction.
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The Story of Steve Jobs: An Inspiration or a Cautionary Tale?
This is going to be a tough day. Early this morning, I downloaded the new Walter Isaacson Steve Jobs biography simply titled Steve Jobs , which arrives in stores and in digital devices today, and started reading it almost immediately. Now I can't put my Kindle down. This is a problem. I have work to do today. Can I read and work at the same time?
Walter Isaacson. Here is a topic that, worldwide, needs no introduction or explanation. As monarchs do, Jobs chose his own biographer, and he chose wisely. As a child, he was wildly precocious, brash and smart. In fourth grade, he tested at the level of a tenth grader. Start getting smarter: Email:. Rating 9.
Toward the end of his life, Steve Jobs was open to the idea of an afterlife. Not long after his untimely death, a Buddhist sect claimed that Jobs had been reincarnated as a "celestial warrior-philosopher living in a mystical glass palace hovering above his old office.
Isaacson first discussed writing the book with Jobs seven years ago and has since interviewed the Apple CEO more than 40 times. Now, appearing on 60 Minutes , he talks publicly about the new book simply called Steve Jobs. It hit bookshelves yesterday and already stands atop the Amazon Bestseller list. The 29 minute interview Part 1 here , Part 2 here gives you a feel for the book that's willing to tell the good, the bad and the sometimes ugly of Jobs' life. And that catalogue now includes Isaacson's unabridged biography. Once the trial is over, you can continue your Audible subscription as I did , or cancel it, and still keep the free book. The choice is yours.