My entire weekend was sucked up listening to this. I loved the way the story of Jobs unfolded, and how he gave gave Isaacson the leeway to tell the story Jobs in the manner he felt appropriate. Is it true Jobs said he wouldn't read the book in order to give Isaacson this freedom? When you learn about Jobs, it seems his control-freakish ways would never allow this, but the man we learned about wouldn't have approved of some of this material. I wish it had come with digital pictures though! Did it and I missed them? This book has stayed with me since I first listened to it several weeks ago. I bought the book just so I could re-read it. Wish I had done that during the listening of the book!
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