Steve Jobs - One Last Thing
The Life of the Visionary Tech Icon

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Steve Jobs - One Last Thing - The Life of the Visionary Tech Icon
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Good, but dated. From 2011

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His greatest vision was understanding the importance of making information freely available without being monopolized for all a tool for a better society in the future. A truly subversive, revolutionary development.

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Anna

Insightful. It was interesting to hear the personal accounts of those closest to him and to learn that it was from his failures that Jobs eventually rose to his greatness.

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