Get new Steve Jobs memoir for free
"Make Something Wonderful" is filled with inspirational words and rare photos.
Over the course of his regretfully short life, Steve Jobs was many things: thinker, doer, genius, jerk, billionaire, philosopher, saint.
A new memoir, entitled Make Something Wonderful: Steve Jobs in his own words, tells the Apple co-founder’s life story in elegant fashion.
In the intro to the book, released for free today as an e-book and as a “custom web experience,” his wife Laurene Powell Jobs describes him as an “exquisite thinker” and says the book serves up his “insights into what it means to be human.”
It’s a delightful and motivational book, filled with inspirational stories and rare photos — some never before seen by the public. Download it now, and go out and change the world for the better … just like Steve did.
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On this day in 1976, a humble little computer known as the Apple-1 sparked a revolution.
— Lewis Wallace, managing editor
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“Make Something Wonderful - Steve Jobs in his own words” is out now as an ebook* from the Steve Jobs Archive.
It’s hard to capture the delight of a real book, but this website does a fantastic job coming close. Lots delightful, thoughtful little details.
— Sebastiaan de With (@sdw)
Apr 11, 2023
First Apple computer released this day in 1976.
— Jon Erlichman (@JonErlichman)
Apr 11, 2023
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