Five Star Reviews on Amazon
An absolutely gorgeous, moving and important memoir.He was complicated, sweet, mad, inspirational beyond reason. Thank you for sharing this. --Doug Menuez
A Great Read!This book, written and photographed by the talented husband-and-wife team of Jeffrey and Becky Aaronson, is a wonderful look behind the scenes of an icon of a man. A quick and enjoyable read, Steve & i shares personal stories of Jeffrey's interactions with Steve dating back to the mid-80s, along with memorable photos full of warmth and detail. It was amazing to see the lineup of the first personal computers on the conveyor belt, and fun to read about Steve and Jeffrey enjoying a meal in their "signature Levis and dress t-shirts." A great read!
A Captivating Read!"Ms Aaronson's descriptive account of her husband's experiences working with Steve Jobs during the early days of Apple allows the reader a fascinating glimpse into the life of the man who created the home computer and ultimately changed all of our lives for the better. The photographs that Jeffrey Aaronson took of Steve Jobs capture the many faces of this creative genius before the world really knew him."--Jessica Winters Mireles
“Photographers and Apple fans alike won’t want to missthis moving portrait of a private but profoundly influential man." -Russell Hart, Former Executive Editor, American Photo
A Must Read and a Must View"An extremely talented writer and an equally talented photographer have combined their talents to tell a very personal story."--Harper F.
Great Pictures, Great Anecdotes"And the flow is so good, that it will keep you fascinated until the end. Thanks Jeffrey for sharing your experiences of your friend, Steve, with us and thanks Becky for the wonderful writing. Bravo!!!" --Susan Duris-McMurdy
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Thirty-six years ago this month, Apple Computer was founded in Silicon Valley. Three people started it: two are household names–Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak–and the third is somebody few people know–Ronald Wayne. Wayne, who was nearly two decades older than … Continue reading