Steve Jobs Biography Ships Now Already On October 24

Posted: Oct 6 2011, 10:09am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 6 2011, 10:11am CDT , in Apple


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Steve Jobs Biography ships now already on October 24

Following the death of Steve Jobs yesterday, the Steve Jobs biography publishing date is moved ahead by a month.

Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs has died yesterday because of cancer at the young age of 56. The outpouring of condolences is huge and world-wide. You can see some of the tributes from around the world below from around the world.

Steve Jobs is an inspiration for managers and also young people. A video of him speaking at the 2005 Stanford Commencement Address has drawn huge viewing numbers today. In it Steve Jobs reveals inspiring thoughts about managing your life in the context of facing death. You can watch the video below.

The authorized Steve Jobs biography is therefore highly anticipated. According to AllThingsD, Simon & Schuster is moving up the release date of the book to October 24. Amazon is already reflecting the new release date. The Steve Jobs biography by Walter Issacson is based on more than forty interview with former Apple CEO Steve Jobs. Isaacson also interviewed more than hundred family members, friends, competitors and colleagues for this highly anticipated book.

The Steve Jobs book is obviously already the #1 bestseller on Amazon.

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