As someone who isn't a Steve Jobs worshipper I thought i would add my two cents. Yes, I bought it, read it, and would buy it again. Its an interesting view of Steve Jobs, one that I have not seen completely covered in the films I have seen. Like or hate him, he had an interesting life and it shows in his biography.
I have read it, bought it on iTunes, read it on my ipad. I thought it was an awesome read especially for a computer geek like myself. The history, though I knew most of it, was fascinating to read again thru Jobs eyes.
Yes I read the book. I found the book to be very inspirational. I was expecting a book to be about products and such, but it was a very interesting story. You really got to the real Steve Jobs's and his views on life. I'm not a worshiper or anything, but I did pick up many life lessons that I try to follow now. I would diffidently recommend the book. It is absolutely worth the read.
No. I tend not to read biographies that were written while the subject was still alive. I also didn't like that Jobs was able to weigh in heavily on this particular biography.
I think that in another twenty or thirty years enough time will have passed to begin to judge some of Jobs actions and others will be able to more accurately judge his actions with more historical perspective.
Didn't know much about him and a classmate of mine recommended picking up the book. I read it at the beginning of summer and would probably read it again - it's very interesting due to the fact that it follows a man's and a company's life.