On Monday we mentioned that the title of Steve Jobs’s new authorized biography, iSteve, might be problematic since “iSteve” is the web name of the well-known far right-wing blogger Steve Sailer. It turns out Sailer might try to stop Jobs’s use of that title; he put out a "request for pro bono legal help", claiming, “I’ve been doing business under the name ‘iSteve’ since the 1990s [and it is] essential to my business strategy.” Commenters at Sailer’s blog are more conciliatory, though, one telling Sailer, “Just think of all traffic you will get when people search for his book.” …" /> On Monday we mentioned that the title of Steve Jobs’s new authorized biography, iSteve, might be problematic since “iSteve” is the web name of the well-known far right-wing blogger Steve Sailer. It turns out Sailer might try to stop Jobs’s use of that title; he put out a "request for pro bono legal help", claiming, “I’ve been doing business under the name ‘iSteve’ since the 1990s [and it is] essential to my business strategy.” Commenters at Sailer’s blog are more conciliatory, though, one telling Sailer, “Just think of all traffic you will get when people search for his book.” …" /> On Monday we mentioned that the title of Steve Jobs’s new authorized biography, iSteve, might be problematic since “iSteve” is the web name of the well-known far right-wing blogger Steve Sailer. It turns out Sailer might try to stop Jobs’s use of that title; he put out a "request for pro bono legal help", claiming, “I’ve been doing business under the name ‘iSteve’ since the 1990s [and it is] essential to my business strategy.” Commenters at Sailer’s blog are more conciliatory, though, one telling Sailer, “Just think of all traffic you will get when people search for his book.” …" />