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    Wonderful book

    Too good to know about a genius of our time. Learnt very important management lessons from Steve's life .
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    A real page turner

    It cuts through the eccentricity and quirkiness to reveal the workings of the mind of a genius and a revolutionary. You see the weaknesses of Jobs, yet marvel at his accomplishments, and learn from his dexterity. Walter Isaacson did a great Job of capturing it all.
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    Fantastic and captivating

    The best account of the life of steve jobs and the technological changes during his time. Insighful and captivating, must read for tech enthusiasts and non-techies alike as we all experience some of the greatest inventions of our tims
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    A must read for understanding the breed of passionate people...

    At times highly motivating.. At times how brilliantly it attached to Jobs narcissistic nature. At times the understanding of the things that we are so used to see in our palms n offices or day to day lives could have only been possible because of one man's genius and relentlesss obsession for pure perfection and innovation
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    Best book

    One of the best biography I have ever read. Now I know why people hate and love Steve jobs bur at the end he is the father of mobile revolution
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