My Latest at PJ Media: “iBio: Why Steve Jobs’ Biography Was His Final Stroke of Genius”

I have been a loyal and enthusiastic Apple customer since 2002, when I bought my first iMac, the “Sunflower,” and wrote this review. I did not, however, get involved in the “cult” of Steve Jobs. I knew little about him until the media coverage of his deteriorating health made him almost impossible to ignore. I recall watching only one of his famous keynote addresses live, the announcement of the iPad in January of 2010. Around the time of his retirement in August, I, like so many others, watched his wonderful Stanford Commencement Address for the first time.

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5 responses to “My Latest at PJ Media: “iBio: Why Steve Jobs’ Biography Was His Final Stroke of Genius”

  1. A great article about a great book!

  2. Amy,
    I wanted to draw your attention to Doctor Joel Fuhrman, who educates people about nutrition and it’s importance to disease prevention. I searched BlogTalk Radio for him and found a recent interview where he mentioned Steve Jobs diet. During the interview he talked about his new book, Super Immunity, and the role nutrition plays in the prevention of disease.

    Edith Efron hinted at the role of anti-carcinogenic chemicals that prevent cancer in her book, The Apocalyptics: How Environmental Politics Controls What We Know About Cancer back in 1985, but Joel Fuhrman shows in detail how this works.

    Thanks for a great show every Sunday.

  3. Harold in FL

    I just found this video of a 1 hour lecture that Dr. Joel Fuhrman gave on his healthy anti-cancer diet.

    Hailed a “medical breakthrough” by Dr. Mehmet Oz, EAT TO LIVE offers a highly effective, scientifically proven way to lose weight quickly. The key to Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s revolutionary six-week plan is simple: health = nutrients / calories. When the ratio of nutrients to calories in the food you eat is high, you lose weight. The more nutrient-dense food you eat, the less you crave fat, sweets, and high-caloric foods.EAT TO LIVE has been revised to include inspiring success stories from people who have used the program to lose shockingly large amounts of weight and recover from life-threatening illnesses

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