Monday, December 5, 2011

Biographer of Steve Jobs, interviewed on 60 minutes (and why didn't like Steve power switches)

By Jason D. O'Grady | October 23, 2011, 8: 54 pm PDT

Summary: Walter Isaacson was interviewed on 60 minutes about her biography of Steve Jobs, which was released worldwide today. Full extra (and video) below.

MacRumors points out that the biography of Walter Isaacson highly anticipated Steve Jobs started sending in around 7: 00 pm ET to customers who request Kindle and around 11: 00 pm ET customers seeking in iBooks. Electronic versions occurred just before 12: 01 am ET embargo date requested by the editor.

Many of the details in the book were made public the Thursday when the Associated Press, The New York Times and Huffington post obtained copies advanced prior to its launch scheduled of el 24 of October of 2011.

My favorite story about the interview with 60 minutes with Isaacson is when analyzes mortality of Steve with him. Steve first speaks of death and how people live the wisdom that you have accumulated, then Steve stops and goes on to say "but sometimes I feel that it is like an on/off switch." Click in. And you're gone. And that's why I don't like putting in / switches off on Apple devices.

Here's part 1:

Here's part 2:

Bonus material (which did not air during the broadcast of 60 minutes) can be found in 60 minutes of time extra. In the clips of interviews with Isaacson works talks about the domain of Facebook and admires how Mark Zuckerberg.

Album of family of Steve Jobs:

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Jason or ' Grady + is a journalist and writer specializing in mobile technology. He has published six books on Apple and mobile devices and your blog PowerPage has been publishing for more than 15 years.

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