The Steve Jobs Archive has made the book Do Something Great open access

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The Steve Jobs Archive project has released a new book titled “Make Something Wonderful: Steve Jobs in his own words”. The book covers important moments in Jobs’ life and includes unpublished material such as Apple meeting transcripts, emails, quotes and more. It can be accessed online or downloaded in ePub format. This is the first major release from the Steve Jobs Archive since its launch in September 2022. Jobs’ widow, Jony Ive, and Tim Cook were among those who worked on the project. The Archive aims to become a repository of unique historical materials related to Jobs’ personality and also plans to create programs, scholarships, collections and partnerships that reflect Jobs’ values, principles and vision.

The Steve Jobs Archive has made the book Do Something Great open access

The book “Make Something Wonderful: Steve Jobs in his own words” (Make Something Wonderful: Steve Jobs in his own words) is published on the website of the Steve Jobs Archive project. It can be read online or downloaded in ePub format.

The book tells about important moments in the life of Steve Jobs. It includes material some of which has never been published before, including transcripts of internal Apple meetings, emails, quotes and more.

Do Something Great is The Archive’s first major release since its launch in September 2022. The title uses a quote from Jobs himself from one of his speeches to the company’s employees: “One of the ways people can express their gratitude to the rest of humanity is to do something wonderful.”

The “Steve Jobs Archive” began work on September 8. Family and friends worked on its creation, primarily his widow, as well as Jony Ive and Tim Cook.

The task of the project is to become a repository of unique historical materials related to the personality of Jobs. However, the initiative group plans to work as a foundation to “create programs, scholarships, collections and partnerships that reflect Steve’s values ​​and principles and advance his vision of possibility.”

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