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Steve Jobs’ early sweetheart dishes for Rolling Stone

Thursday, October 13, 2011

imageWith Walter Isaacson’s authorized Steve Jobs biography less than two weeks from release, Rolling Stone moves into the vacuum with an essay by Chrisann Brennan, his former high school girlfriend and mother of Lisa Brennan-Jobs (pictured), the daughter they produced together in 1978. The piece hits newsstands tomorrow, and AP scored a first look. In it, Brennan talks about the young Jobs as a hopeless romantic who was into Bob Dylan, and how she, Jobs and Steve Wozniak once took work as Alice in Wonderland costume characters at a Santa Clara mall.

An excerpt: “Not all of Brennan's recollections were friendly. In the ‘Rolling Stone’ essay, Brennan refers to "the all-too-often despotic jerk Steve turned into as he rose to meet the world." For two years, Jobs denied that he was the father of Lisa, the child born to Brennan in 1978.”
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