The Three Faces of Steve: "By tim There's a very thought-provoking article on the O'Reilly Network's MacDevCenter, reading between the lines of Steve Jobs' WWDC keynote: After welcoming the audience of developers, Jobs let the audience know that others would help him on stage. This, in and of itself, was unusual. There are often supporting roles in the WWDC and MacWorld keynotes but only one featured artist. Not only did Jobs share the stage with Bertrand Serlet, Phil Schiller, and Scott Forstall, but he allowed them to make many of the morning's announcements. In a way, they represented the three faces of Steve. In his email newsletter, MacDevCenter editor Derrick Story expanded on this point: 'As these Apple heavy hitters made the various announcements that Steve often handles, I couldn't help thinking that Apple once again is planning ahead. Steve Jobs won't be CEO forever. Others are going to have to share the heavy lifting.' Thought-provoking. The article also had a couple of other tidbits that struck me: Continuing with my thoughts about application dialtone, the n"