Walter Isaacson might add to Steve Jobs biography
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You know how you wish for more when you get to the last page of a really good book?
In the case of Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs, that wish may come true.
Isaacson told Fortune senior editor at large Adam Lashinsky during a talk in San Francisco that he might expand the 630-page book.
That could mean an annotated version or an addendum that describes the period around Jobs’ death in October.
‘This is the first or second draft,’ Isaacson said. ‘It’s not the final draft.’
The biography topped Amazon.com’s list of top 10 bestselling books in 2011.
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