Ï Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different: A Biography ↠´ Download by ð Karen Blumenthal
Ï Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different: A Biography ↠´ Download by ð Karen Blumenthal very good book Fantastic read Period 10 10.
Even I have read other Steve Jobs biographies, I could learn about him It is said in a way that it is so easy to understand.
it was a great book.
It was easy to read, and very engaging It used Steve s Stanford commencement speech as the template structure for the book.
In the speech Steve tells three life stories Connecting the dots, Love and loss, and finally Death The author weaves in and out of the speech as she tells Job s story Although I assume that Isaacson s bio is detailed, I am content with the content of this bio It had the meat and potatoes, and lots of insight to his personality, and vision I enjoyed getting to learn about his inventive process and in fact Steve never really invented anything, he just had visions to do it better, his way More simplistic, less buttons, yet functions.
He was a tinkerer, and not afraid to fail, and in the end they summarized his life that w A Riveting Biography Of The Groundbreaking Innovator Who Was A Giant In The Worlds Of Computing, Music, Filmmaking, Design, Smart Phones, And A Finalist For The YALSA Excellence In Nonfiction Award Your Time Is Limited Have The Courage To Follow Your Heart And Intuition Steve JobsFrom The Start, His Path Was Never Predictable Steve Jobs Was Given Up For Adoption At Birth, Dropped Out Of College After One Semester, And At The Age Of Twenty, Created Apple In His Parents Garage With His Friend Steve Wozniack Then Came The Core And Hallmark Of His Genius His Exacting Moderation For Perfection, His Counterculture Life Approach, And His Level Of Taste And Style That Pushed All Boundaries A Devoted Husband, Father, And Buddhist, He Battled Cancer For Over A Decade, Became The Ultimate CEO, And Made The World Want Every Product He Touched, From The Macintosh To The IPhone, From ITunes And The IPod To The MacbookCritically Acclaimed Author Karen Blumenthal Takes Us To The Core Of This Complicated And Legendary Man While Simultaneously Exploring The Evolution Of Computers Framed By Jobs Inspirational Stanford Commencement Speech And Illustrated Throughout With Black And White Photos, This Is The Story Of The Man Who Changed Our WorldRead Thrilling Nonfiction By Karen Blumenthal Hillary Rodham Clinton A Woman Living History A YALSA Excellence In Nonfiction Award Finalist Bootleg Murder, Moonshine, And The Lawless Years Of Prohibition Tommy The Gun That Changed AmericaPraise For Steve Jobs The Man Who Thought Different A Biography This Is A Smart Book About A Smart Subject By A Smart Writer Booklist, Starred Review Students Who Know Steve Jobs Only Through Apple S ITunes, IPhones, And IPads Will Have Their Eyes Opened By This Accessible And Well Written Biography VOYAAn Engaging And Intimate Portrait Few Biographies For Young Readers Feel As Relevant And Current As This One Does The Horn Book MagazineA Perceptive, Well Wrought Picture Of An Iconic Figure Kirkus ReviewsBlumenthal Crafts An Insightful, Balanced Portrait Publishers Weekly Very easy to read Great book Bought like 10 copies for clients too.
very good book