I enjoyed the book, yes you could say he was an ass but he did what he thought was right.
Steve Jobs seemed to be a depressed person.
His passion was the products that Apple made and to me he did a great job.
Was quite interesting on how he social engineered people to get what he needed. I guess it was because of the early days of computers and the innocents involved. That said I'm sure things he did are still being done. There were a few slow times like when login numbers were being read. I mean after about 2 it would have been fine but to keep going with like 10 well I thought that was a bit to much. Over all to me it was a very good listen.
I'm not sure if I believe all his stories but it does give an inside view of the band. As I said in the headline, Tyler is full of himself. Would I recommend this book? It was hard to finish it, that's all I can say.
After listening to Unbroken, which by the way is a fantastic book, I needed something lighthearted and funny; Jeff Dunham's, All By My Selves filled it. This is an easy listen and I did like that Jeff read the book; Jeff made his characters come to life.
Was a good listen, good reader. Learned quite a lot about the B-24. My dad flew in a B-17 from England so this was about the other "heavy bomber" he talked about.
first audible book I couldn't finish. BORING
agreed with alot of what they said but dang the reading just about put me to sleep.
made me think about our food and where it comes from.
you'll love this book. My, how thoughts have changed over the years on dog training and the way we should interact with our furry friends.
Makes me wonder how long this administration can continue to abuse the constitution.
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