Jobs has succeeded in business, contends this profile in Vanity Fair, because of
his eccentricities, and not in spite of them. His attention to detail, his mercurial nature, and his dogged tenacity
have turned out to be the path to true moguldom, though it did take 30 years.
This profile isn't the usual fawning puff piece, it spends about as much time pointing out His Steveness' flaws as it does marveling over the changes he is responsible for in the media industry and pondering what is still to come.
The article is a little long, but well worth the time.