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Steve Jobs by Karen Blumenthal
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May 14, 2015

really liked it
bookshelves: biography
Read from March 04 to 06, 2012

This biography of the techno-sales wizard, Steve Jobs, packed a lot into a few pages. One third of the book is photographs or bibliography information. Having just read the Isaacson biography, the thing, for me that made this book unique was the information it gave on exactly what 3D animation is. I know that doesn’t have a lot to do with a biography, but it was interesting. Also the language was toned down (Jobs was a foul mouthed, egotistical, repulsive, genius) for this book, making it more appropriate for a YA reader. The photographs were well chosen and on the whole a better selection that the ones Isaacson uses.

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