I know what I’ll be reading later this month: A brilliantly reported, compellingly written book that overturns the conventional view of Steve Jobs—the Jobs that is frozen forever as half genius, half jerk—Becoming Steve Jobs answers the central question about the life and career of the Apple cofounder and CEO: How did a young man […]
I think I’ll still pick up a hardcover at some point, but it was nice to be able to load up iBooks on my wife’s iPad and start reading Steve Jobs biography right after watching the interview with the author, Walter Isaacson, on 60 Minutes. Fitting that it’s the first digital-only book I’ve purchased.
Infinitesummer.org is a site encouraging people to read David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest this summer. Join endurance bibliophiles from around the world in reading Infinite Jest over the summer of 2009, June 21st to September 22nd. A thousand pages ÷ 92 days = 75 pages a week. No sweat. Sounds like an interesting challenge. Unfortunately […]