“After his death, Steve Jobs became mythic,” Leander Kahney writes for Cult of Mac. “He’s remembered as an asshole and a technology seer: a Tony Stark-like figure who could uniquely divine the sci-fi future, conjuring magical products from whole cloth almost single-handedly.”
“He’s also seen as infallible: a business and technology genius with powers of divination beyond those of us mere mortals,” Kahney writes. “But To Pixar and Beyond, a new book by Lawrence Levy, the former CFO of Pixar, paints a very different picture.”
Kahney writes, “The book paints an intimate portrait of Jobs at work.”
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