Walter Isaacson Talks Steve Jobs
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CEO, the Aspen Institute, Former Chairman and CEO, CNN; Former Editor, Time; Author, Steve Jobs
Adam Lashinsky, Senior Editor at Large, Fortune Magazine; Author, Inside Apple (Moderator)
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was a visionary and an inspiration to both tech geeks and luddites worldwide, with his products fusing technology and design in unprecedented ways. But much of the fiercely private businessman’s life was obfuscated by rumor and legend, and a full picture of the man and his astounding legacy has not emerged. Drawing on more than 40 interviews with Jobs himself, critically acclaimed and bestselling Benjamin Franklin and Albert Einstein biographer Isaacson presents a remarkable new account of Jobs himself. After two years of research, speaking with family members, friends, competitors and colleagues, Isaacson has compiled the story and life of one the most influential people of the modern era.
Location: Mark Hopkins Hotel; Peacock Court, 999 California Street, San Francisco
Time: 5 p.m. check-in and book signing, 6 p.m. program
Cost: $20 standard, $12 members, $10 student (with valid ID). Premium (includes book and seating in first few rows): $60 standard, $40 members
Also know: Photo by Patrice Gilbert; Underwritten by the Bernard Osher Foundation