Steve Jobs at 55: The Blind Spot in a Visionary's Legacy

As Apple (AAPL) CEO Steve Jobs turns 55 on Feb. 24, he's evidently thinking about his legacy. The notoriously secretive tech icon is now said to be cooperating on an authorized biography, for the first time, with author and journalist Walter Isaacson. Currently president and CEO of the Aspen Institute, the former Time magazine and CNN veteran, Isaacson knows a few things about capturing the lives of great men, having penned widely acclaimed bios of Albert Einstein and Benjamin Franklin. But gaining real entree into what makes Jobs tick could be a much harder feat.