Steve Jobs In Heaven

I just finished the Biography of Steve Jobs – I bought the iBook version and read it on my iPhone (3G, upgraded to the new OS5). I have to admit, the iPhone is a great reading device – with the thin columns, it’s easy to speed read and so convenient to fill in gaps when waiting for someone or something and there’s nothing else to do…

I highly recommend it if you want to get into the mindset of a genius. I wouldn’t advise you mirror his abrasive, self-centered and egotistical personality traits, but then he’s got a lot of great characteristics and superb talents for you to choose from!

Anyway, this collection of cartoons honoring Steve Jobs was sent to me by Karen Bonanno, a School Library Management System Specialist.

Thanks Karen for sharing.

It’s quite a legacy he leaves behind – kind of makes you reflect on your own legacy doesn’t it?

Steve Jobs, Cartoon, Steve Jobs In Heaven

Steve Jobs, Steve Jobs In Heaven, Steve Jobs Cartoon

Steve Jobs, Steve Jobs In Heaven, Steve Jobs Cartoon

Steve Jobs, Steve Jobs In Heaven, Steve Jobs Cartoon

Steve Jobs, Steve Jobs In Heaven, Steve Jobs Cartoon

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2 Responses to “Steve Jobs In Heaven”


  • I read the bio on the Kindle, just moments after its release. The book was rushed to press and it’s in need of a great editor. I recommend reading the eulogy by Mona Simpson published on the NY times. You can learn about as much in just minutes.

  • I agree that the book could have been ‘tighter’ and you would have thought the author would have known about the urgency to get it published.

    I have to admit that Mona Simpson’s eulogy did not impress me for a writer. I understand she was emotional, but still. I WAS considering buying her books out of tangential interest, but not after reading the eulogy. I couldn’t sit through more of that, sorry to say.

    It was a thoughtful eulogy, but fare from erudite.

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