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The Innovators - critical summary review

The Innovators Critical summary review
Biographies & Memoirs and Technology & Innovation
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ISBN: 9781476708690

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

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The New York Times bestselling biography “The Innovators,” by Walter Isaacson, is a serial biography of many creative minds who participated in the greatest inventions in the history of the digital revolution. A revealing story of the collaboration of those who contributed to the creation of the computer and the internet, from Ada Lovelace and Charles Babbage to Steve Jobs and Bill Gates.

Who wrote the book?

Walter Isaacson is a professor of history at Tulane University. He served as president and CEO for the Aspen Institute, a CNN chairman, and editor of Time magazine. Isaacson is also the author of multiple biographies including “Leonardo da Vinci,”... (Read more)