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New eBook Shares Never-Published Emails of Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs' personal correspondence with customers and concise e-mail exchanges will be the prime focus of a new e-book.

First time author, Mark Milian, known for covering consumer technology for CNN, will be debuting with "Letters to Steve: Inside the E-mail Inbox of Apple's Steve Jobs". Before this he was working as a staff writer for Los Angeles Times.

The 67 page book has reviews of more than 100 e-mails by Milian that are supposedly sent by Jobs. This record of e-mail also includes some never-published-before notes which have been exclusively shared for this new e-book. The latest title will be available on Amazon Kindle platform for just $2.99.

Interestingly, the book will also features interviews with few customers and also fans with whom Steve Jobs communicated.

The official synopsis reads as "Over the years, people discovered the e-mail address of Jobs and took to regularly sending him messages...That he often responded was as unusual as his leadership style and his processes for crafting hit products." reported Apple Insider (opens in new tab).

The conversations also include exchanges of thought between Steve Jobs and the former editor of Gizmodo, Brian Lam.

Post the demise of the Legend, the tradition started by him of corresponding through e-mails has been continued so far by Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Ravi Mandalia

Ravi Mandalla was ITProPortal's Sub Editor (and a contributing writer) for two years from 2011. Based in Ahmedabad, India, Ravi is now the owner and founder of Parity Media Pvt. Ltd., a news and media company, which specializes in online publishing, technology news and analysis, reviews, web site traffic growth, web site UI. Ravi lists his specialist subjects as: Enterprise, IT, Technology, Gadgets, Business, High Net Worth Individuals, Online Publishing, Advertising, Marketing, Social Media, News, Reviews, Audio, Video, and Multi-Media. He has also previously worked as Dy. Manager - IT Security at (n)Code Solutions.