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WIRED: Steve Jobs, Revolutionary (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Steven Levy , Chris Anderson

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It’s hard to imagine a better subject than the life and times of Steve Jobs—charismatic and difficult, mysterious and inspiring, with a biography that might have been plucked from Greek myth. In the wake of his death WIRED presents Steve Jobs: Revolutionary, an eBook featuring our best stories about him. The anthology begins with a remembrance by Wired senior writer Steven Levy, who interviewed Jobs many times over the last two decades. We continue with six other stories that track Jobs on his uncanny rise, his dramatic fall, and his spectacular, unlikely return to Apple.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 341 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 75 Seiten
  • Verlag: WIRED Magazine (9. Oktober 2011)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Retrospective of Some of Steve Jobs' Greatest Hits and Insights 14. Oktober 2011
Von Dr. Bojan Tunguz - Veröffentlicht auf
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The passing of the Steve Jobs little over a week ago has been a devastating and significant event. It brought home for many of us the magnificent and unique impact that Jobs had on the way we use and think of technology. More than that, we were reminded of the oversize impact on the culture in general that his innovations and business ventures have had. He combined an uncanny acumen for understanding what consumers really wanted, and pushing their own boundaries beyond what they thought possible.

For most of his career Jobs has been the darling of the media, and over the years there have been published countless articles and interviews with him. He especially featured prominently in publications and media outlets that dealt with consumer technology, and in those circles he has always had an almost mythological status. The Wired magazine has covered him during all of its two-decade long existence, and "Steve Jobs, Revolutionary" is a wonderful collection of articles, essays, and interviews that have featured in the Wired, going back to 1996.

In my opinion Wired is the best technology magazine today. It combines the reviews of cutting-edge gadgets and other trendy products with an in-depth analysis of technology trends and other topics that may appeal to the digital generation. They have some of the best tech journalists writing for them, and have consistently maintained the high standards of journalism. Some of the insights that these journalist have provided have been invaluable, as is reflected in the

The articles and analysis in this collection have oftentimes been prescient, and it's very interesting to go over these reflections from what in technology can be termed ancient history. On occasion, though, the insights have been completely wrong, and never more so then with the first of the 101 suggestions for Apple that appeared in 1997. The suggestion was "Admit it. You are out of the hardware game." Like millions of others, I am incredibly grateful to Apple and Steve Jobs that they never made that "admission".

One thing that jumps out in the only interview in this collection is Steve Jobs' concern with the big idea. Even when he is discussing any given currently relevant or cutting edge technology, he immediately jumps into the discussion of the underlying principles that may drive it, or in some instances may foreshadow that technology's demise. The interview was revealing because of Jobs' understanding of all the opportunities that the Internet and the web may

Aside from the interview, this collection includes the following articles: "Steve Jobs: 1955-2011" (a recently published eulogy of Jobs by Steven Levy), "101 Ways to Save Apple", "The Perfect Thing" (an inside account of the iPod's creation), "Weapon of Mass Disruption" (the story of iPhone's design), "Evil/Genius" (on Apple penchant for ignoring almost all of the corporate conventional wisdom), and "Tabula Rasa" (on creation of iPod). All of these articles reinforce the impression that Steve Jobs and Apple have continuously been striving to bring an unprecedented level of quality and ease of use to all of their products. For Steve Jobs creating new technology was never just about having your products dominate the market. It was always about something more than that, about instilling technology with certain worldview and outlook. If the reaction to his death is anything to go by, he has largely succeeded in his intentions.

Yet, over the years Steve Jobs has become increasingly weary of the claims that technology can radically transform our lives. As he got older and started devoting more time to his family, he realized with an increasing amount of clarity that the truly important things in life are the ones that no amount of technical wizardry can adequately replace.

This short book is a good way to tie us over until Steve Jobs' official biography (Steve Jobs) launches next month. Of the currently available full-size books that deal with Steve Jobs I'd recommend iCon. If you are a die-hard Mac fan then reading Revolution in The Valley: The Insanely Great Story of How the Mac Was Made is an absolute must. This last book actually doesn't deal with Steve Jobs all that much, but is instead focused on the original Macintosh team. Nonetheless, that book also provides a glimpse into the creative culture that Jobs fostered and nurtured at Apple.

"Steve Jobs, Revolutionary" is a very interesting and readable collection of articles that does a great deal of paying the last tribute to the man that has touched countless lives with his unique and winning vision.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic Read! 11. April 2012
Von SHG - Veröffentlicht auf
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While I rarely read this type of "business" book, I can unequivalently say that this book was the best of this sort I have ever read! It was amazing to learn about Steven Jobs in a personal way, versus all that we have seen in the press about his business life. Much of what I read was not complimentary, and much actually showed how very odd he really was, but it all combined to make him one of the most fascinating business people of our generation. Many companies would be much better off by following his business tenents. If you want to learn how a strong devotion to a clear vision can benefit your company, this is a great book to read. Jobs was a world changer, and this book showed how it all came about. The early years were particularly interesting, as he was not the technical wiz kid behind the evolution of a technology company, rather he was the "big picture" person who surrounded himself with very smart people. It was also very interesting to see how he changed his management style over the years as he grew up and matured - and that let him grow Apple into the company it is today. This was a hard book to put down!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Loved this biography, 8. März 2013
Von Briana2006 - Veröffentlicht auf
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I purchased this soon after the death of Mr. Steve Jobs mainly out of respect for him and his work, and to try to learn as much as I could about his creative abilities. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, and would recommend it to anyone not only for the interest in Mr. Jobs' achievements, but also to gain insight into the personality of Mr. Jobs', his personal commitment to his family and the way he dealt with the horrifying disease of cancer.

Being a cancer patient myself I found him to be not only courageous, but honorable, as well.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen An intersting read 16. Mai 2014
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf
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It is a digest with several authors' insights.

This is interesting overall. It is mainly a positive review of him. He did a lot to improve technology and the lives of his users. It does not really explore all of his character and life very thoroughly. If you are looking for a biography this may not be right for you. As the title suggests it is about his accomplishments and style of winning.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Get to Know the Man himself. 23. November 2013
Von Jorge Alexandres - Veröffentlicht auf
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It was very interesting to learn things you didn't know about Steve Jobs, normally the hip of the media covers a lot from people like Steve, but certainly the book goes over little details never covered by the media. Loved the book.
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