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Steve Jobs [Walter Isaacson, Dylan Baker] on olhon.info Steve Jobs and millions of other books are available for instant access. view Kindle eBook | view . Publicly, Apple's CEO hasn't been too kind to olhon.info's e-book reader. Imagine what he told Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos on the eve of the. Kindle users getting theirs hands on Steve Jobs biography NOW the Amazon store is still listing the book's release date as October
Imagine the commuter going to work--" [Jobs turned the screen of his iPhone toward Bezos. And the content's free. Bezos: Bigger screen. No backlight. Better reading experience. Jobs: You got any widgets? Bezos ignoring him : It'll have its own store. With thousands of books. And anybody will be able to create an ebook and upload it to the store. We're going to take up to a 65 percent cut on the content. Jobs: Will authors stand for that?
Bezos: What choice will they have? It's better than what they get now from traditional publishers. Bezos: Removable. Jobs: Dumb. Bezos sheepishly : We're working on that. Jobs: I'm standing on the street and I drop the iPhone it's got a decent shot at not breaking. I take that bet. What do you do then? Bezos: We offer to ship her another at a discounted rate--basically, at cost. Jobs: You old softy. Bezos: We aim to please.
Jobs: Best customer support in the world won't make this thing fly. Bezos: You were the one who said people wouldn't watch video on a tiny little iPod screen--and then you brought out an iPod with video capabilities.
Jobs: That was a smokescreen. Bezos: How do I know this isn't one, too? Jobs: You don't.
Steve Jobs meets the Kindle
Bezos: You could do one for us. You do the hardware, we do the store. Sony's toast. Jobs: looks better than yours. But it sucks, too. Bezos: Think about it. Jobs: Until I make it cool to read 'em. How many do you think you'll sell? Bezos: We're trying to being conservative. Jobs: Let me give you some advice.
Don't tell people how many you've sold. Jobs: Mystery's good. Scarcity, too. It's not a bad thing to be out of stock.
Put a rope up. Don't let people in the door.
They want to get in. Bezos: Anything else? Jobs: You seed it to reviewers? Bezos: Not yet. Everything goes out tomorrow to everyone at once. Jobs: Shame. Always better to give it first to a few light heavyweights , if you know what I mean.
Bezos: It'll be all right. Convergence is everything these days. Apple's iPhone is so popular because it's a computer, Web browser, media player, gaming device, and -- oh, yeah -- a phone. The Apple TV is a failure, because -- channeling Jobs again from his Kindle swipe -- "people just probably aren't willing to pay for a dedicated device. It also streams Web videos and Internet radio, and it's a playback platform for digitally delivered flicks. Who says the Kindle is just a book reader, though?
It already offers rudimentary Web browsing, and you can play music on it. On mine, it does.
What do you think of the screen? Tapping the screen with his finger numerous times. Nothing's happening. That's because it's not a touch screen.
Jobs laughing: Surf the Web? On an Etch-a-Sketch? It works. This works, too. And it fits in my pocket. And it's in color. The Web is a value-added feature. No features are value added. They're either features or they're not. If we didn't have it, people would criticize us for not having it. How 'bout Europe? We see how it does. If people don't read books, why are they going to read ebooks?
Steve Jobs biography is Amazon's bestselling book of 2011
Imagine the commuter going to work--" [Jobs turned the screen of his iPhone toward Bezos. Again, right here. And the content's free. Bigger screen. No backlight. Better reading experience.
You got any widgets? Will authors stand for that? Bezos sheepishly: We're working on that. We offer to ship her another at a discounted rate--basically, at cost. You old softy.
We aim to please. Best customer support in the world won't make this thing fly. That was a smokescreen. How do I know this isn't one, too? You don't. You could do one for us. You do the hardware, we do the store.
Sony's toast. Think about it. How 'bout "The Apple Reader powered by Apple? People don't read books. Until I make it cool to read 'em. I'll sell more Kindles than Apple TVs. High bar, Jeff. How many do you think you'll sell? We're trying to being conservative. Anything else?
You seed it to reviewers? Not yet. Everything goes out tomorrow to everyone at once. It'll be all right.
Had to get it out. The next one will be better. We'll see. I give you what you want? Are we done here? Feels good, right? Thanks, man.
It won't work.He inspired enormous loyalty in his workforce, and in all those who bought a piece of Apple magic. His food had to be just so. Scott Fitzgerald's 'The Last Tycoon'. Bezos: Removable. In doing this, he has done one of two things. It's kind of like how Eddie Van Halen says that he realized he could tap when he was at a Led Zeppelin concert and he saw Jimmy Page play the open G string and then hammer on the A on the second fret over and over again.
What do you think? But still, her feelings and opinions are her own. It's been surprisingly tight-lipped when it comes to Kindle sales over the past two years -- and that's something I've been calling Amazon out on since last year.