繪本畫出 蘋果教主 Steve Jobs 生平


強烈推薦親子共讀這本以繪畫影式畫出蘋果教主 Steve Jobs 生平的書,除了可以了解Steve Jobs成功之路、他有趣而高低起伏的人生旅程、他的奇怪習性、他因襌學而簡約的愛好、因而設計出如此前瞻性的電腦和電子產品,只能說我們不能沒有他推動科技和設計,而且還可以了解近數十年來電子科技的發明和轉變!只能邊看邊「哇,原來如此!」。

Steve Jobs 小時候跟養父常常在家裡維修車站和發明小玩意。

為什麼叫「蘋果」牌子?只因他認為不可以用一般科技的名字創立品牌,又因他曾經在蘋果園工作,喜愛吃果菜,所以想到「Apple」做品牌名稱。還有他不愛洗澡呢⋯⋯

他聘請的設計和市場專業團隊為Apple進行推廣策略,包括Logo設計。

每十年介紹一次那年代的高科技流行產品,好有童年回憶!我的香蕉型電話丫!

回到蘋果工作後,雖然不幸地患上癌症,他仍努力對抗病魔,而且堅持他的創意發明,在生命最後的幾年間,設計出影響世人生活方式的iPhone和iPad,他告訴大家要活出自己的生命和人生!

《 Steve Jobs: Insanely Great 》By JESSIE HARTLAND

ABOUT Whether they’ve seen Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs movie, read Walter Isaacson’s biography, or just own an iPhone, this graphic novel retelling of the Apple innovator’s life will capture the imaginations of the legions of readers who live and breathe the technocentric world Jobs created. Told through a combination of black-and-white illustrations and handwritten text, this fast-paced and entertaining biography in graphic format presents the story of the ultimate American entrepreneur, the man who brought us Apple Computer, Pixar, Macs, iPods, iPhones, and more. Jobs’s remarkable life reads like a history of the personal technology industry. He started Apple Computer in his parents’ garage and eventually became the tastemaker of a generation, creating products we can’t live without. Through it all, he was an overbearing and demanding perfectionist, both impossible and inspiring. Capturing his unparalleled brilliance, as well as his many demons, Jessie Hartland’s engaging biography illuminates the meteoric successes, devastating setbacks, and myriad contradictions that make up the extraordinary life and legacy of the insanely great Steve Jobs. Here’s the perfect book for any teen interested in STEM topics, especially tech. A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year “If a picture is worth a thousand words, then this comic tale can hang with the sprawling biographies.” —Macworld.com “An accessible take . . . undoubtedly valuable for kids who are growing up using Apple’s products but knowing little about the man who created them.” —GeekDad.com

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