, June 7, 2010; Michael Noer, “The Stable Boy and the iPad,”
, Sept. 8, 2010.
Advertising: Interviews with Steve Jobs, James Vincent, Lee Clow.
Apps: Interviews with Art Levinson, Phil Schiller, Steve Jobs, John Doerr.
Publishing and Journalism: Interviews with Steve Jobs, Jeff Bewkes, Rick Stengel, Andy Serwer, Josh Quittner, Rupert Murdoch. Ken Auletta, “Publish or Perish,”
, Apr. 26, 2010; Ryan Tate, “The Price of Crossing Steve Jobs,” Gawker, Sept. 30, 2010.
CHAPTER 39: NEW BATTLES
Google: Open versus Closed: Interviews with Steve Jobs, Bill Campbell, Eric Schmidt, John Doerr, Tim Cook, Bill Gates. John Abell, “Google’s ‘Don’t Be Evil’ Mantra Is ‘Bullshit,’”
, Jan. 30, 2010; Brad Stone and Miguel Helft, “A Battle for the Future Is Getting Personal,”
New York Times
, March 14, 2010.
Flash, the App Store, and Control: Interviews with Steve Jobs, Bill Campbell, Tom Friedman, Art Levinson, Al Gore. Leander Kahney, “What Made Apple Freeze Out Adobe?”
, July 2010; Jean-Louis Gassée, “The Adobe-Apple Flame War,”
, Apr. 11, 2010; Steve Jobs, “Thoughts on Flash,” Apple.com, Apr. 29, 2010; Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, Steve Jobs interview, All Things Digital conference, June 1, 2010; Robert X. Cringely (pseudonym), “Steve Jobs: Savior or Tyrant?”
, Apr. 21, 2010; Ryan Tate, “Steve Jobs Offers World ‘Freedom from Porn,’” Valleywag, May 15, 2010; JR Raphael, “I Want Porn,” esarcasm.com, Apr. 20, 2010; Jon Stewart,
The Daily Show
, Apr. 28, 2010.
Design versus Engineering:
Interviews with Tony Fadell, Jony Ive, Steve Jobs, Art Levinson, Tim Cook, Regis McKenna, Bill Campbell, James Vincent. Mark Gikas, “Why Consumer Reports Can’t Recommend the iPhone4,”
, July 12, 2010; Michael Wolff, “Is There Anything That Can Trip Up Steve Jobs?”
, July 19, 2010; Scott Adams, “High Ground Maneuver,” dilbert.com, July 19, 2010.
Here Comes the Sun: Interviews with Steve Jobs, Eddy Cue, James Vincent.
CHAPTER 40: TO INFINITY
The iPad 2: Interviews with Larry Ellison, Steve Jobs, Laurene Powell. Steve Jobs, speech, iPad 2 launch event, Mar. 2, 2011.
iCloud: Interviews with Steve Jobs, Eddy Cue. Steve Jobs, keynote address, Worldwide Developers Conference, June 6, 2011; Walt Mossberg, “Apple’s Mobile Me Is Far Too Flawed to Be Reliable,”
Wall Street Journal
, July 23, 2008; Adam Lashinsky, “Inside Apple,”
, May 23, 2011; Richard Waters, “Apple Races to Keep Users Firmly Wrapped in Its Cloud,”
, June 9, 2011.
A New Campus: Interviews with Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, Ann Bowers. Steve Jobs, appearance before the Cupertino City Council, June 7, 2011.
CHAPTER 41: ROUND THREE
Family Ties: Interviews with Laurene Powell, Erin Jobs, Steve Jobs, Kathryn Smith, Jennifer Egan. Email from Steve Jobs, June 8, 2010, 4:55 p.m.; Tina Redse to Steve Jobs, July 20, 2010, and Feb. 6, 2011.
President Obama: Interviews with David Axelrod, Steve Jobs, John Doerr, Laurene Powell, Valerie Jarrett, Eric Schmidt, Austan Goolsbee.
Third Medical Leave, 2011: Interviews with Kathryn Smith, Steve Jobs, Larry Brilliant.
Visitors: Interviews with Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mike Slade.
CHAPTER 42: LEGACY
The Future of the Internet—And How to Stop It
(Yale, 2008), 2; Cory Doctorow, “Why I Won’t Buy an iPad,” Boing Boing, Apr. 2, 2010.
A Portfolio of Diana Walker Photos
For almost thirty years, photographer Diana Walker has had special access to her friend Steve Jobs. Here is a selection from her portfolio.
At his home in Woodside, 1982: He was such a perfectionist that he had trouble buying furniture.
In his kitchen: “Coming back after seven months in Indian villages, I saw the craziness of the Western world as well as its capacity for rational thought.”
At Stanford, 1982: “How many of you are virgins? How many of you have taken LSD?”
With the Lisa: “Picasso had a saying—‘good artists copy, great artists steal’—and we have always been shameless about stealing great ideas.”
With John Sculley in Central Park, 1984: “Do you want to spend the rest of your life selling sugared water, or do you want a chance to change the world?”
In his Apple office, 1982: Asked if he wanted to do market research, he said, “No, because
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