His products changed the way the world thinks about technology. But how should we think about the man behind them, Apple's charismatic founder Steve Jobs? Jobs was already gravely ill with cancer when he asked Walter Isaacson, a former editor of Time magazine, to write his biography. Jobs' wife, Laurene Powell, told Isaacson, “Be honest with his failings as well as his strengths. There are parts of his life and his personality that are extremely messy. You shouldn't whitewash it. I'd like to see that it's all told truthfully."Jobs granted Isaacson more than 40 interviews, many recorded on tape. The result, as 60 Minutes reporter Steve Kroft discovers, is a rich portrait of an extraordinary innovator, whose outsized talents were matched by very human limitations.
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