Book Review — Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs

If you plan on reading Isaacson’s Steve Jobs, I’ve included a brief personal commentary in the “Book Reviews” tab (above). Take a peek. (Scroll down and click on the link in the alphabetical Contents list.) Tell me, have you read Isaacson’s book on either Einstein or Ben Franklin? Did you enjoy it? Wondering if I should put it on my list.

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2 Responses to Book Review — Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs

  1. Mary says:

    Hey M, I didn’t read Isaacson, but years ago read “Einstein: A Life” by Denis Brian. Insightful and filled with lots of personal history. I still remember a large share of the book, so I consider that a good read.

    In any case, IMHO, I think everyone should read an Einstein biography at some point in their life. He is the father of E=mc2 and I found the birthing process of his famous equation fascinating reading.

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