Steve Jobs Has a New Memoir, “Make Something Wonderful,” 11 Years After His Death

From a Washington Post story by Christina Passariello headlined “Steve Jobs has a new ‘memoir,’ more than 11 years after his death”:

Steve Jobs never lived to be an old wise man.

But running Apple and Pixar, tumbling and thriving, earned him a lot of wisdom in his 56 years. Now, a small group of his family, friends and former colleagues have collected it into “Make Something Wonderful: Steve Jobs in his own words,” available free to the public online starting on April 11. Somewhere between a posthumous memoir and a scrapbook album, it is told through notes and drafts Jobs emailed to himself, excerpts of letters and speeches, oral histories and interviews, photos and mementos.