Steve Jobs never lived to be an old wise man.
But running Apple and Pixar earned him a lot of wisdom in his 56 years. Now, a small group of his family, friends, and former colleagues have collected it into "Make Something Wonderful: Steve Jobs in His Own Words," available free to the public online starting on April 11. Somewhere between a posthumous memoir and a scrapbook album, it is told through notes and drafts Jobs emailed to himself, excerpts of letters and speeches, oral histories and interviews, photos and mementos.
The book, published by the Steve Jobs Archive, will be released on Apple Books and the Steve Jobs Archive website.
From The Washington Post
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