Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different is a biography on one of the pioneers of the twenty-first century, who lived to change the world and left the world transformed. Behind such a transformative soul was a bereaved childhood and a hardworking youth who started colouring the world with his own shade at the age of twenty and almost touched every sphere of human comfort with his discovery of Apple in his foster parent’s garage with his friend Steve Wozniak. Steve did not stop there, as he also invented Pixar. This biography of Steve is unbiased as Blumenthal covers the dark as well as the brilliant aspects of this hardware-software guru of all the ages.
Various facets of Steve Jobs can be known from the biography. Blumenthal’s untiring efforts and detailed research on Steve Jobs have revealed him a passionate father, a caring husband, and a devoted Buddhist. The biography also covers that dark phase of his life when he was bravely fighting against cancer for a decade. The book highlights those qualities of Steve Jobs which have made him a perfectionist and a great software and business figure of the century.
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