Friday, November 25, 2011

One hundred emails from Steve Jobs come to light

'Letters to Steve: Inside the E-mail Inbox of Apple's Steve Jobs' has been put on sale on Tuesday in English in digital format at the online store Amazon . The 'e-book, designed by Mark Milian, contains more than 100 e-mails sent by Jobs and includes some notes that have never been published.

Milian's book shows the behavior that was Steve Jobs behind the camera and his complex personality . Despite the popular temper, Jobs himself is portrayed in the book as a "friendly and approachable person" through direct interaction with fans, said the writer.

Throughout the 67 pages, the book based on interviews with clients and their fans know the keys given to how the visionary customer service handled carefully and revealed clues about upcoming Apple products, which guaranteed headlines blogging.

Over the years he spent as head of Apple, customers discovered the email address of Jobs and focused on sending messages. In most cases the answer is somewhat unusual for a manager of his stature, which marked his style leadership and processes of successful products. However, the analysis of each of the e-mails, gives an idea of his famous "Field of distortion of reality", which uses the distraction to achieve their aims.

Among the emails that are related, highlight the e-mail that is exchanged Steve Jobs and Brian Lam, former editor of Gizmodo. At first the two maintained a friendly relationship, but the relationship deteriorated when the technology blog was one prototype of the iPhone 4 before it was announced by Apple itself, as has been collected AppleInsider.

'Letters to Steve: Inside the E-mail Inbox of Apple's Steve Jobs' only available on Amazon Kindle and download price is $ 4.99 (3.20 euros).


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