Classic music lover at Seattle
Yes. I listened to it mainly in the bus while commuting to work. Lots of times, I missed part of story by the noise of bus but really enjoyed the moment of getting behind stories of Silicon Valley during 80's & 90's. It especially impressed me since I was also computer kids during 80's. He was only ten years older than me but arrived at the great achievements mostly in his twenties which makes me really embarrassed. On the other hand, it's amazing to know how all those fascinating little machines were created. This is the most interesting story among all I"ve ever read.
I was fascinated but kept wanting to fast foward. It is just too long. No one - even Steve Jobs is worth this much of my car time.
It was LONG but overall worth it. Some spots were S-L-O-W, but his story was fascinating
The accounts are factual and compile from wide range of sources.
Steve Jobs was very persistent.
the author. Walter Isaacson.
it would be great to listen to all in one sitting. But impossible.
Enjoy it !!!
Instructional Designer is the area of Workforce Development.
This book was masterful and very well done! A MUST read or listen for any person thinking about a business start-up!
Steve Jobs is the Da Vinci of our generation. He was not perfect but strived for perfection in his products. A must read for all Business Schools.
Maybe, it's a long haul
He loves to walk and integrates it into his daily business practices and tough negotiations
Fun to listen to.
Funny enough, Jobs would hate that fact the his photo is really blurry on the Audible audiobook icon on my iphone. This should be corrected, for Jobs' sake.
Just being able to drive and listen to an interesting story
Jobs himself since I never paid much attention to Apple
This is a very interesting book about a unique man that had a goal to change the world, and he certainly accomplished that. I thought the story of Job's life was entertaining, inspiring and revealed a ton of things about a guy that could change from wildly brilliant to extremely childish, sometimes within a single sentence. He was certainly a man that lived by the "Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish" motto he preached.