Yes, and I have.
This book was everything I wanted it to be. It was good information and it was entertaining. Not too technical. I don't usually get too interested in strict biographies, but this one was well worth it.
Never heard him perform before. He did I really great job. I can't think of any time during his reading that I wished it wasn't him.
I am in love with this biography. It does start a little slow, but then again I was born in the early 80s, and could not relate as much to the beginning. The story of Steve Jobs is an incredible one, and after reading the book, you will either love him or hate him, as well as his products and company. I am a lover of all things Apple, and even more so after reading this book. I was in tears at the end, because, as with almost all biographies, the end means the death of someone remarkable.
Him. His beliefs about what's right. White, clean and perfect. I-pod.
Meetings with others. How he was right most of the time. The meeting about the i-pod and the simple ideas of what was right for sales.
He understood how things worked and what most people liked. Simplicity.
How he didn't understand the seriousness of his own illness, until it was to late.
The Graduation Speeches to the young people.
His interactions and reactions with Gates. KOOL.
Of course I loved it. I hope the next generations come up with some of these kind of MEN,,, AND I'M, SURE THEY WILL, NO MATTER WHAT WE DO TO STOP THEM.
Yes I am planning on listening to this book again so that I can catch some details I missed.
I appreciated getting a sense of the man Steve Jobs with many foibles as well as brilliance.
Steve Jobs was the best character.
Perhaps. It is a biography after all. But, maybe I would catch something I missed
That it was told raw; no sugar coating.
The comeback to Apple
Cry. Definitely got a little choked up during the last few moments of his life.
insight into the building of Apple
near the end when cancer was killing him
just enough emotion to keep interested
excellent listen. recommended
I am an avid "reader"- I prefer to listen to books rather than read them due to the added dimension added by the narrator.
I don't think I could tolerate listening to it again since there was a lot of technical jargon
about computer programs. however, my first read was very enjoyable and informative.
I would have had a lot of difficulty listening to this in one sitting, as there was a lot of technical information imparted. I found Mr. Jobs' abuse of people disturbing and sad, though I was incredibly impressed by his insight and genius as well as his ability to foresee the future of the computer industry and use his talent for developing wonderful products to change the world.
RIP Steve Jobs
Narcissistic, ruthless, brilliant
Steve Jobs had a remarkable life...too bad he was such a terrible human being.
The narrator did a fantastic job. The characters were less about the performance and more about the vividness of the author's writing. So, no real stand-out characters, but it was always clear who was who.
The Jerk Who Changed the World
I stopped listening to this book because I found Steve Jobs to be such a relentlessly miserable person that I simply could not continue to root for his success.
Yes, extremely interesting life of an extraordinary individual.
A lot to provide one would be unfair.
Enjoyed the book. It was an honest biography of a brilliant but sometimes flawed man. Refreshing and encouraging.