Official Steve Jobs biography to be published in early 2012
That's just one of the reasons why a lot of people would like to peep into the life of this private being, and a fact it is that a few unauthorized biographies about Steven Paul Jobs have already been released. But not a single "official" one.
That's about to change in early 2012, when iSteve: The Book of Jobs, is scheduled to be published. The author of the book, Walter Isaacson, is a former senior executive at CNN and Time, and has written best-selling books about such notable innovators in their respective fields as Benjamin Franklin and Albert Einstein.
He has been working on iSteve: The Book of Jobs since 2009, and the book is to offer interviews from Jobs himself, his family, Apple co-workers and competitors.
Love him or loathe him, Steve Jobs has contributed immensely to the high-tech-driven modern world we live in, and this book is sure to be one very, very interesting read.
source: ABC via Gizmodo
1. Robert Kelly (unregistered) posted on 11 Apr 2011, 10:10 4
I don't give a rats ass, that book is going to suck idick
2. clevername posted on 11 Apr 2011, 10:20 5
Can't wait to see all the hate that's going to fill this comments section. ^_^
3. IOS5 (unregistered) posted on 11 Apr 2011, 10:43 1
Da big boss :)
4. ryq (unregistered) posted on 11 Apr 2011, 11:51 0
so sad. i think steve knows his time in this world is almost coming to an end so he cooperated and authorized this book. bet you it will be made to a movie. hope he get to see this book get printed so he could at least go to book signing which i believe will be like those of iphone or ipad first day sale. long lines.
5. JeffdaBeat posted on 11 Apr 2011, 13:37 1
I like Apple products, but I just don't really care about Steve Jobs' personal life. The only thing I care about is Apple coming out with products I can use. I never understood everyone's facination with the man over the product. He has an amazing vision, but outside the work place, Jobs is just another guy wearing a turtle neck sweater...at least to me that's the case. I'm sure it will be a best seller though...