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Steve Jobs Biography by Walter Isaacson

Did You Buy the Steve Jobs Biography?

Walter Isaacson sat down with 60 Minutes on Sunday to talk about his new biography that chronicles the life of the late Steve Jobs. If you missed it, you can see the entire interview here. Yesterday, the book finally went on sale around the globe, and it's already looking to be Amazon's top-selling book of 2011.

We're tearing through the pages of this book on our Kindles, but also ordered a hardcover for keepsake purposes. Tell us — did you buy the Steve Jobs biography?

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Harley-Quinn Harley-Quinn 4 years
I would like to buy it. I would buy it and read it because I respected what he did. I have respect for anyone who is noted for there accomplishments.
dashsuede dashsuede 4 years
I agree, Rafka. But honestly, I wouldn't even care if he was a saint. I'm quite annoyed by all of articles on the web saying what he thought about x person and such.
Rafka Rafka 4 years
Why do I care? Yes, the man had groundbreaking inovations, but so did Henry Ford. Great ideas do not necessarily great people. Jobs denied paternity of his first child Lisa for years and was overly demanding boss and Henry Ford was an anti-semite. Just saying.
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