The first part of the book shows how Jobs who was a college drop out went on to head a technology company named Apple and within a short time became a multi-millionaire. Based on more than forty interviews with Jobs conducted over two years—as well as interviews with more than a hundred family members, friends, adversaries, competitors, and colleagues—Walter Isaacson has written a riveting story of the roller-coaster life and searingly intense personality of a creative entrepreneur whose passion for perfection and ferocious drive revolutionized six industries: personal computers, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing, and digital publishing. Steve Jobs was a very interesting character and I thoroughly enjoyed reading his life story. Tím myslím že máte pocit že k vám mluví opravdu Steve Jobs a ne pan Stránský:- Na to že je to životopis tak mě to fakt bavilo a kolikrát jsem byl zvědavej koho Jobs zase vytočí nebo naštve. There are many memorable moments, but I like the one when his remote presentation tool gave up.
I hope you will as well. In Thinking, Fast and Slow, Kahneman at last offers his own, first book for the general public. It is very well written and quite hard to put down. Wypowiedzi jego przyjació³, wrogów i kolegów sprawiaj±, ¿e poznajemy bez zbêdnych upiêkszeñ jego pasje, perfekcjonizm, obsesje, artyzm, przewrotno¶æ i kompulsywn± ¿±dzê kontroli — wszystko to, co ukszta³towa³o podej¶cie Jobsa do biznesu oraz innowacyjno¶ci produktu. The book was well worth twenty five hours of my life.
You can pick from 100,000 titles. With a passion that sometimes became obsessive, he pursued innovative studies of anatomy, fossils, birds, the heart, flying machines, botany, geology, and weaponry. I did not want Steve Jobs' life to end. It seems to be a fair portrait of Jobs, blemishes and all. But Isaacson effectively shows the humanity behind the insanity, and by the end, I can honestly say I genuinely liked him. I am a tech- enthusiast and theologian. I kdyby to nebyla realita, tak by to bylo zajímavé.
For instance, we see him genuinely apologizing for inappropriate outbursts. We provide the links above. The book is based on more than 40 interviews conducted with Jobs by the author. Jobs refuses to wear the mask saying he does not like the design. I say this as a disclaimer but also because after reading this book it is my honest opinion that Steve Jobs was probably insane but that makes him no different that most people of amazing genius.
I found the narrator to be well-paced with a clear, pleasant voice and nice inflection, Do not be put off. Frankel reveals a distinctive set of behaviors-over 130 in all-that women learn in girlhood that ultimately sabotage them as adults. It will change the way you think about thinking. Díky biografii mi spoustu věcí nejen docvaklo proč se to to a ono dělo, jakou cenu má cesta za svou vizí, ale především je to strhující příběh a o letech a pádech, o velké vizi a vůli. There's a lot to not like about Steve, but one thing to give him credit for is allowing this book to be written without his editorial control. Autor knihy svoj opis Steva Jobsa však v žiadnom prípade neprikrášľuje. So, find a way to get your hands on a copy of this book! Zrod legendy JozkoCecko — 11.
Steve Jobs is our generation's Walt Disney: a brilliant innovator who beautifully blended art and technology while building some of the most enduring and iconic companies in human history. Dylan Baker did good job narrating. Aj keď väčšina poslucháčov bude asi poznať životný príbeh Jobsa, toto spracovanie im doplní veľa chýbajúcich kúskov do skladačky o živote tohto bezpochyby vplyvného a v určitom smere geniálneho človeka. Je docela úsměvné, že každý z nás se v části jeho osobnosti dokáže najít a identifikovat se s ním v určitém úhlu pohledu, ale nikdo z nás nespojuje vše, jako to dokázal on. Jednak je dopodrobna rozebráno fungování obrovské firmy, a také je krásně vylíčen rozpor osobnosti Steva Jobse, který byl na jedné straně génius a na druhé straně sociálně nepoužitelný člověk.
It's so sad that the pre-eminent visionary of our time was taken from us in his prime -- not unlike Walt Disney was taken from us almost 50 years ago. This timely release gives us a unique insight into the life and thinking of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, the man who gave us the iPod, iPad, iPhone, and Pixar, and in doing so he revolutionized six industries: personal computers, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing, and digital publishing. Výborne zvolený hlas Martina Stránského prispieva ku kvalitnému poslucháčskému zážitku. Now, it does this by using examples from Steve Job's presentations. Verbose The introduction is rather long-winded, and therefore off-putting. Part of the reason I think is legitimate for everyone. Jobse jsem směnil za svůj 1.
I understood his passion for great products and never settling. Baker has a little sarcastic twang that I think is perfect for this man, and for this material. How does this one compare? Inspirativní a sugestivně namluvené Marty — 04. Ať už se o Apple zajímáte nebo ne, to je úplně fuk. Kniha je narozpravana velmi putavo a zachytava vsetky oblasti Jobsovho zivota. This may sound like little more than a sales pitch, but I've always really liked Audible, and the deal they're offering new subscribers is pretty hard to beat.
I'm on my third run through, I listen everytime I have an important presentation to deliver. Jobs autora požádal ještě za svého života, aby napsal jeho životopis. His greatest achievements -- iPod, iPad, iPhone, and Pixar -- were all revolutionary inventions, literally creating something new out of nothing. His tale is instructive and cautionary, filled with lessons about innovation, character, leadership, and values. But very impressive biography of one exceptionally creative personality with quite a lack of empathy. Becoming Steve Jobs takes on and breaks down the existing myth and stereotypes about Steve Jobs.