Chris was born and raised in England and now lives in Canada. Chris likes to browse and search the internet for interesting information and wanted a conduit to share this information. The result, he started writing the Simple Guide To series of books. The guides are designed to be short and easy to read on any E Book reader, they can also be downloaded as a pdf or text document. The idea is for the guides to be available when and where people need them. Chris is working closely with experts in their fields to provide more e-books for you enjoyment. TheSimpleGuideTo.com - Ebooks to learn from.
The Simple Guide To Steve Jobsby Chris Scott
Steve Jobs was most probably the most famous business leader the world has or ever will know. He was a visionary and this simple guide is going to try and share some information behind the man who gave us amongst many other things Macs, iPods and iPhones. This guide tries to reflect the simplicity and ease of use that we all know in Apple products. We take a look
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Steve Jobs was most probably the most famous business leader the world has or ever will know. He was a visionary and this simple guide is going to try and share some information behind the man who gave us amongst many other things Macs, iPods and iPhones. This guide tries to reflect the simplicity and ease of use that we all know in Apple products. We take a look at his early years and how he was adopted soon after birth, what he was like at school and his early working life at Atari before starting Apple. Started from a garage to become the most valuable company on earth, his departure from Apple and his years in between, before his return and then the meteoric rise of Apple are briefly discussed in this amazing short read. 20% of all profits from this book will be donated to the Caring for Carcinoid Foundation.
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I couldn't put it down. A fascinating look at a modern eccentric innovative business giant. He's certainly in the category of Henry Ford,Thomas Edison, Ben Franklin, etc. In fact I'm now reading Ben Franklin's biography written by Walter Isaacson. For two reasons, I like Walter's style, and it's about another unusual pioneer. Walter Isaacson makes a biography interesting. Certainly Jobs was that kind of person. From my perspective, he's not at all a role model, but deserves credit for what he accomplished and his impact on our culture and technology. You almost feel like you're learning about a crzed, obsessed artist, which I think deep down in side Jobs was. A great American innovator and inventor, not a saint! Do yourself a favor and read it. Oh, before I forget, I read it on my iPad but via a Barnes & Noble, Nook, iPad app. Go figure! Larry, Chicago suburbs.
This is so simple it is not even a newspaper article. The author is a ripe-off writing "simple guides" that contain less information than almost any source on the internet. Please do not support this author by paying for a few pages of well-known information in these " simple guide to..." Reviewed by jrc 3-2-2015