Steve Jobs, the authorized Walter Isaacson authored biography, officially went on sale October 24 in the US. But by the morning of October 24 in the Philippines, readers in the Philippines were already skimming through the pages of the electronic version, so to speak. The electronic version of the book was available for download on […]Read more "Steve Jobs: Hot Off the Digital Presses"
We’re still drowning in Steve Jobs coverage a few days later. Despite all the mainstream coverage (too many examples to cite) about his passing, I think the finest tribute came from people in the tech community, the circles Jobs moved in from the earliest days of founding Apple computer, to the tech journalists and bloggers […]Read more "Leo Laporte’s Finest Couple of Hours"
Where were you and what were you doing when you learned that Steve Jobs died? For people who either work in tech or have a great personal interest in it, this is probably on the same level as hearing of the passing of JFK, Martin Luther King, John Lennon, or Ninoy Aquino. As odd as […]Read more "Everyone has a Steve Jobs Story: Here’s Mine"