Steve Jobs - Chapter 41: Round Three Summary & Analysis

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The chapter begins with a story about Jobs watching his son, Reed, compete on a local quiz show and later give Reed one of his bikes. He was much less active with his daughters, sometimes giving them much less attention than he gave Reed. According to the author, his youngest daughter, Eve, is quite hot-headed and focused like her father. It is also mentioned that Jobs met with President Barack Obama on occasion to discuss education and the economy. Jobs did not think that President Obama was doing well in these areas.

In 2001, Jobs health worsened. Jobs’ life was being extended by carefully chosen drugs, which could be determined because Jobs had both his and his cancer’s genome sequenced. At this time, the press had taken pictures of a particularly gaunt Jobs and was gossiping about his health. Jobs mentioned that...

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