The Taiwanese animators at Next Media Animation have put together a humorous 3D animation condensing Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs into a 90 second clip of some of its most notable parts.
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Following Sony’s acquisition of the movie rights to Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs biography, a new report suggests that Sony has approached Aaron Sorkin, the acclaimed screenwriter of “The Social Network” and “A Few Good Men,” to write the screenplay for the upcoming film.
Aside from yesterday’s special 60 Minutes segment on Steve Jobs, Mashable points out that Saturday Night Live also did a humorous segment to honor the life of the late Apple co-founder. SNL’s skit features portrayals of Mark Zuckerberg, Arianna Huffington, Reed Hastings & Rupert Murdoch.
Walter Isaacson’s new Steve Jobs biography has already been extremely popular in pre-orders. In fact, according to Reuters, “Steve Jobs” is on track to become Amazon’s best selling book of 2011.
The authorized biography of Steve Jobs, written by renowned biographer Walter Isaacson is now officially available. The book took nearly two years to complete, and contains over 40 interviews with Steve Jobs himself, as well as numerous interviews from friends, family and co-workers.
The full video of Apple’s recent celebration of Steve Jobs’ life at their Cupertino, California campus is now available for all to watch. The memorial event was held on October 19th as a private celebration for Apple employees.
60 Minutes interviewed Walter Isaacson, the writer behind the official Steve Jobs biography, and the videos have been posted online.
The biography, is the culmination of more than 40 interviews between Isaacson and Jobs and covers topics from Jobs’ childhood to his final few months before passing away earlier this month.
The iPod was introduced exactly ten years ago today, and is one of the most important inventions of Steve Jobs life. Steve Jobs and the iPod were both revolutionary, and have one thing in common: they stood out above their peers, and changed the way we viewed the world.
There have many interesting Steve Jobs tributes over the past few weeks, but this one really caught my eye. A Montreal artist, Oliver Lefebre, has created a rather impressive portrait of Steve Jobs entirely out of apples!
While there have been rumors of an Apple HDTV circulating for some while, a newly leaked excerpt from Walter Isaacson’s forthcoming biography on Steve Jobs suggests that these rumors might be more of a reality than many previously thought.
The official, authorized biography of Steve Jobs, by Walter Isaacson, is due to be released on Monday, but several media organizations received early copies of the book, and shared some interesting excerpts that I think you’ll enjoy.
A Consumerist reader, Matt, shares a touching story about an Apple manager who broke a rule and allowed the reader’s 10-year-old daughter to buy an iPod touch (with a jar full of cash she had saved up) while the Apple Store was closed yesterday during the Steve Jobs celebration.
According to the 60 Minutes team’s Twitter account, Walter Isaacson, the man who wrote the official biography of Steve Jobs, will be making an appearance on 60 Minutes to discuss his upcoming Steve Jobs biography, which is called, simply, “Steve Jobs.”
Apple has shared a picture from their celebration of Steve Jobs’ life yesterday, which included a speech by CEO Tim Cook, and performances from various artists, including Norah Jones and Coldplay.
Apple’s homepage, which has displayed an image of Steve Jobs since his passing, has now returned to normal. A “Remembering Steve” link, still remains, appearing at the bottom of the page. Apple has purchased RememberingSteveJobs.com, which directs to their official memorial page.
Earlier today, Apple updated their official Steve Jobs memorial website with tributes & comments from over a million fans & admirers. Apple also held a private celebration of Steve Jobs’ life for Apple employees at their Cupertino headquarters.