I've just finished up Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs — expect a Culturemodo review shortly — and Mona Simpson's eulogy to her brother in The New York Times makes for a touching counterpoint to the longer tome. Some of you may be over Steve Jobs posts, and that's fair enough, but those still interested should read the eulogy, which is lengthy — and deserves to be read in full rather than chopped up — but extremely well written. [NY Times]
Steve Jobs's Sister Publishes Touching Eulogy
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