Interview: Walter Isaacson, author of the book “Steve Jobs” – by Dusan Velickovic
When I read “Steve Jobs” I had an impression it was an exciting novel. And, really, one can see in your book that there are so many things in Jobs’ life, from his childhood to his last days and fighting with mortal illness, which might be the elements of a good novel. What was your method? Did you have to suppress these “fictional” moments in order to make stable structure of biography of record, or maybe these moments were inspirational, stimulating you to try to build up a sort of a biographical plot?