October 24, 2011 · 0 Comments
Steve Jobs, a biography by Walter Isaacson, will be released tomorrow.
Throughout the past week, multiple excerpts and surprising facts have been leaked.
We rounded up everything out there from the book, which is based on more than 40 interviews with Apple’s remarkable founder.
Jobs told former Apple CEO John Scully that if he hadn’t started Apple, he might have been a poet in Paris (via The Huffington Post).
When Jobs was 13, he saw starving children on the cover of Life magazine. He asked his Sunday school teacher if God knew what would happen to the children.
After that he never returned to church and he never went back to Christianity.
Jobs found inspiration from many things, one of which was drugs.
At age 15, Jobs first smoked marijuana. Before graduating high school he tried LSD; he called it a “profound experience, one of the most important things in my life.”
By Emma Brown