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Two Books About Steve Jobs Now To Be Published Posthumously

posted by Kris Rasmussen

Many books have already been published about Steve Jobs and his career and unparalleled success. But two books containing some of Steve Jobs own words will now be published posthumously. Jobs authorized biography “Steve Jobs: A Biography,”  was going to be released in 2012, but perhaps because those around him knew of his medical issues was then scheduled to be released this November. Another book filled with quotes by Jobs has also been assembled and was also scheduled to be released in November.

In light of today’s sad news of Jobs passing,   I wonder if the release of the books will be pushed up yet again so as to give the public a way to celebrate Jobs’s memory and give insight into the entrepenuer’s life.

 



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