Posts Tagged: tech journalists
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The Man Behind Tech's Most Captivating Tweets

As the New York Times's State of the Art columnist, Farhad Manjoo occupies the tallest perch in mainstream tech journalism. He's a lucid writer and extremely affable—both strikingly rare charms in tech writing. More importantly, though, he produces one of the most oddly compelling Twitter feeds in media, a stream of straightforward commentary ("But voicemail. Of the things that have been said to be dead and really are — voicemail is one") punctuated by bracing naiveté ("Are there real people who live/work in live/work lofts? I don't believe it") and borderline absurdist snippets of everyday life ("I am eating an unexpectedly delicious Chipotle burrito. Really well done on [...]

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Tech Journalists' Worst Nightmare Not Actually "Talking To Girls"

When I saw the headline "Every Tech Journalist's Worst Nightmare" at least three different things jumped immediately to mind, but none of them were this.