There's always two sides to every story
Much of what is written about Steve Jobs paints him to be a self-important, maniacal, ruthless tyrant with little to no regard for rules, authority, or other people.
While all of these things hold true to some degree, there is another side to him and another story to be told. I'm hoping to hear that side of the story with the release of this book - from what I understand, it attemps to humanize him a little bit and I'm really curious to see if they succeeded.
A person this influential and this successful can't be all bad, can they? (tongue in cheek)