I am currently about two thirds of the way through reading the mighty tome that is Walter Isaacson‘s biography of Steve Jobs. It ranks with Keith Richard’s biography as one of the most surprising and illuminating books I have read recently, with some interesting parallels between the subjects.
For those who haven’t got to it yet it is the story of the brilliant but flawed man who, more than most, has changed the way we live, communicate and entertain ourselves. He grabbed the opportunity presented by nurture, geography and social, cultural and technological change to build one of the most valuable brands in the world and stamp an enduring mark on history.
What has caught my attention in particular is his relentless passion and refusal to accept the less than brilliant. His desire to control very aspect from concept to end user experience has driven Apple to the…
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