I really, really enjoying the book Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson. It was a long book (my first three-part audiobook ever, over 17 hours of narration [definitely helps to listen at triple speed]) but very well written. Isaacson's style is very factual and to the point; lots of dialogue and many people's perspectives interlaced, and his narrative highlights all the important elements of the story. I definitely learned a lot about Jobs as a person and the legacy he created. I wished the book went even lower level into the details of the time between the Apple II and going public and how they actually managed to build and sell their products (those details were still pretty high level).
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