Tim Cook reflects on Steve Jobs’ passing

It still bothers me. One day I’ll be able to read the book.



  • Moeskido

    The Walter Isaacson book was interesting for the parts about Jobs’ upbringing and background. But once it gets to the part of his life where business and technology become forefront, I wish Steven Levy had written it.

  • marcintosh

    No big revelations in the book. I feel like you don’t really have to read it because you probably could have written it.

  • Dmitri

    The best book I’ve read about Steve Jobs, by far, is Ken Segall’s “Insanely Simple.” I learned more about the brilliance of Steve Jobs in the first 40 pages of that book than in ALL of Issacson’s bio.

    • Moeskido

      I’m still looking forward to reading that one.