Sure, you could wait for the official Steve Jobs biography to come out in November. Or—or!—you could pick up a copy of the best-selling (in Taiwan) Steve Jobs Gives 11 Advices To Teenager. Easy choice? Easiest choice.
The knock-off bio has sold over 4,000 copies at KingStone, a Taiwanese bookstore that has done right by us all. Translated by John Cage (not the composer except hopefully actually the composer, somehow?), the book has turned a nearly $40,000 profit despite being, uh fraudulent. You can purchase one here, though no assurances given as to how closely a site with five sparkling diamonds at the top of the page will guard your financial data. [MIC Gadget via TechCrunch]