Very well researched and honest portrait of an important visionary. I liked how the interviews with friends, colleagues and family was interwoven with Steve's own thoughts and story, making for a seamless and engaging read.
Lasseter, the inventor of Toy Story, for his passion and care for his
Perfect speed even for a non-native english speaker like me. Very clear and engaging.
Nop, it is a somewhat dispassionate biography, even when talking about tough issues like Steve's cancer. It doesn't go for the cheese emotions. I liked that, actually. Made even more of an impression on me.
Highly recommended. I was reading the Kindle version, and had to drive on a 8-9 hours trip and purchased the Audible version to keep going with the book, and it was the best thing I could do.
Perfect mix of relevant testimonies, storytelling and inspiring ideas.
Seeing my children (<1, 5, 8) with new eyes, imagining ways to expand their creativity, instead of pushing for learning more grammar or math :). Looking at school differently too now.
There was no particular character.
Yes, but couldn't :). It took me a few days to finish it, mostly while commuting to work and on a short trip.
I'm not an english native speaker, so I was initially hesitant about this audiobook, being Sir Ken from England (which typically have a very different and harder to understand accent than americans). But having heard him in a Ted conference, I grew confident I'd understand him just fine.
I was right. He has a perfect diction, even if he reads a bit fast, he's perfectly understandable for a non-native english speaker.
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