STEVE JOBS Reexamined

STEVE JOBS Reexamined

A year after his death, Steve Job’s life gets reexamined. This special episode of BOOKD is about Walter Isaacson’s biography, STEVE JOBS, exploring the colossal achievements and intense personality of Apple’s iconic co-founder. Join “60 Minutes” correspondent Steve Kroft, “Cult of Mac” editor Leander Kahney, bestselling author Steven Johnson, Guggenheim President Jennifer Stockman, psychologist and author Guy Winch, documentary photographer Doug Menuez, and Jobs’ biographer Walter Isaacson for a heated discussion on the tech world’s most controversial figure. BOOKD is a series brought to you by THNKR that explores game-changing books through the insights and opinions of engaging personalities. Join the BOOKD forum on Goodreads: www.goodreads.com Follow @THNKR on Twitter for the latest! Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com Check out what we’re into on Tumblr: thnkrtv.tumblr.com SPECIAL THANKS Simon & Schuster, Inc. Front Cover Photo © Albert Watson Back Cover Photo © Norman Seeff Additional photography credits include: Steve Jobs at the Next Computer offices courtesy of Robert Holmgren Steve Jobs with the Apple iPad courtesy of Matt Buchanan Steve Jobs with the MacBook Air courtesy of Matthew Yohe Steve Jobs at the WWDC07 courtesy of Ben Stanfield and Matthieu Riegler Steve Kroft has been a correspondent at “60 Minutes” for over two decades, and he interviewed Walter Isaacson for a segment on STEVE JOBS back in October of 2011, which you can see here: goo.gl Leander

17 Replies to “STEVE JOBS Reexamined”

  1. I’m halfway through the very thick, very intense book that has likely captured who Steve Jobs was better than anything out there. He was definitely a very complicated individual with so many layers that only one like him can be produced every so often in time, however, I would have to ask, would Jobs have reached such a pinnacle without Wozniak? I think they both definitely needed eachother and the world is certainly better for it. I didn’t realize how much “THEY” helped revolutionize technology

  2. Thanks CriticalCritic91! This means a lot, especially coming from someone as “critical” as you! We’re getting there, 10 million and counting! Help us spread the word and get even more subscribers. Thanks again, THNKR

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