Which biography do you believe offers a more complete and more completely honest portrayal of the man?
The biography written by the man Jobs himself commissioned?
Which is now being panned by the C-men inside Apple’s headquarters?
Or the biography that Apple Inc is heavily promoting, including having Daring Fireball’s John Gruber lead a meet-and-greet with the authors at the Soho Apple Store?
I confess I’m totally biased. When a big company’s PR agents tell me what’s right, I typically believe otherwise.