The Chicago Tribune, 7 October 2011
Publié le :
7 octobre 2011
Alistair Barr and Poornima Gupta
CUPERTINO, Calif./SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Steve Jobs
, in pain and too weak to climb stairs a few weeks before his death, wanted his children to understand why he wasn't always there for them, according to the author of his highly anticipated biography
"I wanted my kids to know me," Jobs was quoted as saying by Pulitzer Prize
nominee Walter Isaacson, when he asked the Apple Inc
co-founder why he authorized a tell-all biography after living a private, almost ascetic life.
"I wasn't always there for them, and I wanted them to know why and to understand what I did," Jobs told Isaacson in their final interview at Jobs' home in Palo Alto, California.