A former senior vice president of Apple Inc, who’s worked closely with it’s industrious CEO Steve Jobs, ‘demystifies’ his boss by telling us everything from what Jobs eats to how he is a “master of management by walking around”.books Updated: Jun 10, 2011 22:48 IST
A jobs well done
The Steve Jobs Way
Rs 250 n pp 260
A former senior vice president of Apple Inc, who’s worked closely with it’s industrious CEO Steve Jobs, ‘demystifies’ his boss by telling us everything from what Jobs eats to how he is a “master of management by walking around”. One of the few well-written insights into the life of a tech giant, who otherwise lets his revolutionary ideas do most of the talking.
Raising a toast
The Tulleeho Book of Cocktails
Rs 395 pp 205
If your friend refuses to throw a party on the pretext of being bad at making cocktails, gift him this book. From ‘Valentine’s Day Special’ to ‘Monsoon Special’, there are over 15 reasons to drink and tons of techniques to make colourful and refreshing, cliched and never-heard-before cocktails right at home — the only place where happy hours never end.
The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid
Rs 200 pp 115
If you swear by the antics of Stuart Little, Remi (of Ratatouille) or Mickey Mouse, then the adventures of Geronimo Stilton, the energetic and intrepid editor of The Rodent’s Gazette, would be as attractive as a slice of cheddar is to Geronimo’s clan. This book, the second in the series, sees Geronimo scurrying around, solving mysteries in Egypt. Holey cheese, did you say?