Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson has a new...
Taking a break from acting.
From the man who wrote the book on all three: "Smart people are a dime a dozen, and they usually don't amount to much."
[credit provider=”Philanthropic Ventures Foundation”] James Higa, a former Apple vice president who describes his job there as “special ops for Steve”—Steve Jobs, that is—recently gave an interview to Lifestyles, a philanthropy magazine.The issue is out now, and the author, Darren Gluckman, has posted a copy of the profile, titled “iJames,” […]
Earlier this summer, President Obama took a break from campaigning to have an intimate dinner with about 20 people to discuss the “influence of technology on public debate,” according to an excerpt of Obama’s Last Stand, a new e-book from Politico.
[credit provider=”Apple”] Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson was just on stage with Don Graham, CEO of the Washington Post Company and a Facebook board member.So naturally talk turned to the late Apple CEO and his relationship with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
[credit provider=”DigiBarn” url=”http://www.digibarn.com/history/06-11-4-VCF9-Apple30/images/Mike_MarkkulaS_Jobs.jpg”] Apple’s co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak generally get most of the credit for the company’s early success, but according to Wozniak, there’s another occasionally overlooked figure who really deserves the credit.”Mike Markkula was actually the one man and one person who made Apple a successful company,” […]
Walter Isaacson, author of the Steve Jobs biography, appeared at the John Adams Institute in Amsterdam where he gave a presentation sharing anecdotes about his time with the Apple cofounder and discussing the process of writing the book. Hat tip to Your Daily Mac for posting the video.
This post originally appeared at Harvard Business Review.
Here’s Walter Isaacson, author of the Steve Jobs biography, talking about the entrepreneurial spirit of the Apple cofounder.
The New York Times interviewed the author of Steve Jobs’ biography, Walter Isaacson.
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[credit provider=”Pressnewsonline” url=”http://pressnewsonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/aapl.jpg”] Zynga recently took equity away from some of it’s employees, effectively demoting them. Is this fair? Nicholas Carlson and Jay Yarow dig into this, as well as Apple’s current share price drop, and whether or not Steve Jobs was a nice person or not.Welcome to the SAI […]
[credit provider=”Stephane de Luca”] The driving theme behind Walter Isaacon’s biography of Steve Jobs is Jobs’ “Reality Distortion Field.”It’s a perception Jobs had throughout his life: While something may seem impossible to others, Jobs believed anything could be accomplished, no matter how outlandish or insane it may have been.
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