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Return to the Little Kingdom

In 1984 The Little Kingdom The Private Story of Apple Computer told the story of Apple's first decade alongside the histories of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak Now completely revised and expanded Return to the Little Kingdom is the definitive biography of Apple and its founders from the ver. A history of early days of Apple Computer originally published in 1984 The time jumping segments between the origin tale and the Macintosh team were an interesting device but I was left wanting for a convergence of these two stories that never happened I ll never get sick of this story though that s the predominant feeling here I just want Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. revised and expanded Return to the Little Kingdom is the definitive biography of Apple and its founders from the ver. A history of early days of Apple Computer originally published in 1984 The time jumping segments between the origin tale and the Macintosh team were an interesting device but I was left wanting for a convergence of these two stories that never happened I ll never get sick of this story though that s the predominant feeling here I just want

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An insider's profile of Jobs whose genius made Apple the powerhouse it is today Reuired reading for everyone who's ever listened to music on an iPod Return to the Little Kingdom is timely and thorough and the only book that explains how Steve Jobs founded the company that changed our wor. I got this book on my Kindle the evening Steve Jobs passed away and found it to be such a bittersweet read with so much that resonated for me I became an Apple fanboy in the early 80 s and was an early adopter of Macintosh technology starting with the 512 Mac Ten years later an Apple research group discovered the work I was doing with graphics for litigation and hired me to make a commercial aimed at lawyers I moved to silicon valley in 1993 to marry a marketing director for Apple and got a contract representing Apple at the MTV Beach House on Long Island in 1994 Thus Apple has been interwoven in my life in so many ways and I mark a lot of events in my life in terms of highs and lows with Apple I remember as though yesterday the misfire of Sculley s leadership and the almost terminal stewardship of Gil Amelio Of course Steve s return will forever be the stuff of legend and this book only deals with it in 20 some pages added as an afterthought What this book does do so very well is flesh out and recreate the origins of Apple and the extraordinary personalities of Jobs Wozniak and the rest of the pantheon that created the company that has evolved into the magnificent corporation we know today Moritz paints portraits that do not gloss over the flaws and foibles that were endemic in the early days For anybody who has lived in silicon valley I would give this book a five star rating It s certainly very much worth reading by anyone else but it truly is rooted in the culture and the times of the valley in the 70 s and early 80 s Deception Island reading for everyone who's ever listened to music on an iPod Return to the Little Kingdom is timely and thorough and the only book that explains how Steve Jobs founded the company that changed our wor. I got this book on my Kindle the evening Steve Jobs passed away and found it to be such a bittersweet The Family read with so much that The First Partition of Poland resonated for me I became an Apple fanboy in the early 80 s and was an early adopter of Macintosh technology starting with the 512 Mac Ten years later an Apple The Hero of Varay research group discovered the work I was doing with graphics for litigation and hired me to make a commercial aimed at lawyers I moved to silicon valley in 1993 to marry a marketing director for Apple and got a contract Palestrina and Other Plays representing Apple at the MTV Beach House on Long Island in 1994 Thus Apple has been interwoven in my life in so many ways and I mark a lot of events in my life in terms of highs and lows with Apple I Blackmailed By Daddy remember as though yesterday the misfire of Sculley s leadership and the almost terminal stewardship of Gil Amelio Of course Steve s उरलं सुरलं [Urla Surla] return will forever be the stuff of legend and this book only deals with it in 20 some pages added as an afterthought What this book does do so very well is flesh out and Cock Tales recreate the origins of Apple and the extraordinary personalities of Jobs Wozniak and the Son of the Hero rest of the pantheon that created the company that has evolved into the magnificent corporation we know today Moritz paints portraits that do not gloss over the flaws and foibles that were endemic in the early days For anybody who has lived in silicon valley I would give this book a five star The Alien Jigsaw rating It s certainly very much worth Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning reading by anyone else but it truly is The Illusion of Gods Presence rooted in the culture and the times of the valley in the 70 s and early 80 s

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Y beginning Moritz brings readers inside the childhood homes of Jobs and Wozniak and records how they dropped out of college and founded Apple in 1976 He follows the fortunes of the company through the mid 1980s and in new material tracks the development of Apple to the present and offers. The journalistic style comes across with a very detailed description of the early days of Apple some coolinteresting stories but not many lessons per se Nevertheless the first half of the book was very enjoyable Also the revisiting element is uite overlooked I expected about Jobs return to Apple but instead it s of a summary of the latter achievements NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW readers inside the childhood homes of Jobs and Wozniak and Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, records how they dropped out of college and founded Apple in 1976 He follows the fortunes of the company through the mid 1980s and in new material tracks the development of Apple to the present and offers. The journalistic style comes across with a very detailed description of the early days of Apple some coolinteresting stories but not many lessons per se Nevertheless the first half of the book was very enjoyable Also the The Non-Designer's Design Book (4th Edition) revisiting element is uite overlooked I expected about Jobs Homewrecker return to Apple but instead it s of a summary of the latter achievements


10 thoughts on “Return to the Little Kingdom

  1. says:

    This book is a great revisit to the 70s for me Not many people know or even remember that Apple sold memory boards during the days of the Home Brew Club movement in now Silicon Valley first in the Byte Shop of Palo Alto and I was t

  2. says:

    The Magic of the Little Kingdom Steve Jobs and Apple reminds one an awful lot of Walt Disney It is no coincidence then that Steve Jobs went on to become the largest shareholder in Disney through their purchase of Pixar The

  3. says:

    A history of early days of Apple Computer originally published in 1984 The time jumping segments between the origin tale and the Macintosh team were an interesting device but I was left wanting for a convergence of these two stories that never happened I’ll never get sick of this story though that’s the predominant f

  4. says:

    The journalistic style comes across with a very detailed description of the early days of Apple some coolinteresting stories but not m

  5. says:

    Now dated this inaugural corporate history of Apple still sheds light on the world’s most valuable company

  6. says:

    Fascinating thoroughly enjoyed it Some well known stories; some not so well known Found it very inspirational for how not to

  7. says:

    After reading The Apple Revolution I discovered Return to the Little Kingdom subtitled How Apple and Steve Jobs Changed the World It’s not just another book about Apple for 2 reasons it was written in 1984 so when Apple Inc was still Apple

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    Return to the Little Kingdom is a reprint with the addition of a short prologue and 2010 epilogue of the first comprehensive history of Apple Computer originally published in 1984 as The Little Kingdom If you have read any later books on Steve Jobs or Apple it is highly likely that The Little Kingdom served as source material for the later work It reads as authentic and authoritative Moritz who went on to be

  9. says:

    I got this book on my Kindle the evening Steve Jobs passed away and found it to be such a bittersweet read with so much that resonated for me I became an Apple fanboy in the early 80's and was an early adopter of Macintosh technolog

  10. says:

    I enjoyed the book but I was genuinely disappointed with it The book was originally written in the mid 80's and an Epilogue added a

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