(CNN) - It's a loaded question, one with no clear answer. But in the year since Apple's co-founder and visionary CEO died, it's been asked in tech circles over and over:
Who is the next Steve Jobs?
There's one easy response. It's safe to say that no figure in the tech industry will perfectly duplicate the unique blend of vision, salesmanship, mystique and eye for detail possessed by Jobs, who died one year ago Friday.
And it's complicated further, some say, by the fact that for much of his own life, many wouldn't have predicted Jobs himself would earn tech-icon status.
'Steve Jobs had a strange career. He really wasn't celebrated as a genius until really late,' said Leander Kahney, editor of the Cult of Mac blog and author of books on Apple, including 'Inside Steve's Brain.'... Source/Origin >> Read More