You sir, are the Oracle.
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One major difference is Steve Jobs (the main subject) has passed away whereas Julian Assange isn't only very well alive, his story (pun intended) isn't over yet. With a story based heavily on (controversial) history, the story is too fresh. The dust should settle in first.
I'm curious how this would apply to the Zodiac case. Oh wait, it doesn't:
* He used symbols in communication.
* Voice recognition didn't solve the case.
* DNA evidence didn't solve the case.
* Copycats functioned as noise, might've even given him credit.
Have a look toward the effects of Edward Bernays (a nephew of Freud) influence on American society...The idea that research into human behavior will result in using that research to promote "better" behavior feels pretty optimistic. Perhaps I gravitate toward the negative, but in my experience, that's often enough not what happens with information.