“Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs has topped The New York Times bestseller’s list for eight consecutive weeks now,” Adam Lashinsky reports for Fortune.
“arlier in the month I interviewed Isaacson for a sold-out audience of the Commonwealth Club of Northern California in San Francisco,” Lashinsky reports. “For all that has been written about Isaacson’s book and for all the people who have read it, there is plenty left to say.”
Lashinsky reports, “Asked what he left out of the book, Isaacson says he omitted some particularly hurtful material. That’s interesting, given the amount of raw personal material he included. Asked a couple times how Jobs’s family reacted, Isaacson tersely says he ‘can’t speak for them.’ His terseness likely is telling.”
Much more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]