Steve Jobs the Journey is the Reward: The Journey is the Reward

Steve Jobs the Journey is the Reward The Journey is the Reward Young pens a fascinating account of Steve Jobs phenomenal rise to the top of corporate America and his eventual fall from grace An unvarnished view of an extraordinary man and the multimillion dollar

  • Title: Steve Jobs the Journey is the Reward: The Journey is the Reward
  • Author: Jeffrey S. Young
  • ISBN: 9781558023789
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Paperback
  • Young pens a fascinating account of Steve Jobs phenomenal rise to the top of corporate America and his eventual fall from grace An unvarnished view of an extraordinary man and the multimillion dollar business he built and lost.

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    • I worked with Steve Jobs, and so wanted to get a different perspective. This was one. It is no doubt difficult to be a biographer, piecing together imperfect recollections by people with greater and lesser knowledge of a subject. Steve is the smartest person I've ever met, but with an underdeveloped emotional side that one suspects could have lead him toward a truly antisocial adulthood had the dream of Apple not blossomed early for him.


    • I stuck with it, and I'm glad I did. It's a fascinating story, but it's just a backdrop for what happened next. The book's story ends in 1988, but Jobs went on to sell Pixar to Disney, and sell NeXT to Apple--then became CEO for life. Apple has since surpassed Microsoft financially, something we would never have believed back in the day. I was pleased to see Scully get his comeuppance. I loathed that guy, and I don't think I was supposed to.


    • Steve Jobs' biography till the ouster from Apple and establishment of NeXT. This book is has lot more details about the initial years of Apple than in Walter Isaacson's official biography. Apart from life of Steve Jobs,the book sheds light on the evolution of personal computing and hegemony of IBM, which I think was quite interesting.


    • Comprado en ParĂ­s La Defense el Jueves 4 de Enero de 1990 el mismo dia que vi el NeXT computer por primera vez



    • So far it is a good review; I am re-reading my paperback copy of this book about Steve Jobs. It is so old and "dried out" here in Colorado that it is literally falling apart page by page as I turn the pages. The trick is not to drop the book now that I am on page 186 and have all the pages fall randomly to the ground. :-)After reading Walter Isaacson's bio, I went back to this way-older bio to see how interpretation has varied and changed with the passing of time. So far, not a lot. I am wonderi [...]




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