Make Something Wonderful: Steve Jobs in His Own Words
Anyone who's ever watched his 2005 Stanford commencement speech — or even many of his keynotes — knows that Steve Jobs had a unique way of looking at the world, and a gift for communicating that to others. Released this week by the Steve Jobs Archive, Make Something Wonderful: Steve Jobs in His Own Words is a compendium of Steve's speeches, interviews, and correspondence, offering a unique look at the late Apple co-founder's point of view. In the texts, some of which have remained unpublished until now, Steve shares his thoughts on childhood, his experiences at Apple (before his exile and after his return), NeXT, and Pixar, and life in general. Free to read, it's available on Apple Books, from participating libraries via the Libby app, as an ePub download, or to experience via a website that was likely developed by his close friend Jony Ive.