Live at 10 a.m., the culture continues its non-stop fascination with Steve Jobs when Michael Krasny talks to Walter Isaacson, whose biography of the man is currently No. 1 on the NY Times nonfiction best seller list and was also the No. 1 seller on Amazon this year.

Listen live below. If you miss it, the show will be archived here later today.

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Also, for the true Jobsaphilic, Sotheby’s today is auctioning off an April 1, 1976 contract signed by Jobs, Woz, and Ronald Wayne, which established Apple as a company. Sotheby’s estimates the two typed documents — Lot 241 — will go for between $100-$150,000.

You can bid during or watch the auction session in which the contract will be sold at the Sotheby’s site at 11 a.m. These documents are the perfect stocking stuffer for any Machead! (Though I guess you probably don’t want to roll them up…)

Interview With Steve Jobs’ Biographer Walter Isaacson 13 December,2011Jon Brooks

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