Walt Mossberg — American Journalist born on March 27, 1947,

Walter S. Mossberg is an American journalist who was, until January 2014, the principal technology columnist for The Wall Street Journal. Dow Jones announced on September 19, 2013, that Mossberg would leave The Wall Street Journal as part of the breakup with AllThingsD by the end of the year. Along with other reporters from AllThingsD, Mossberg started a new media site called Re/code in 2014, which was acquired by Vox Media in 2015... (wikipedia)

There's no other major item most of us own that is as confusing, unpredictable and unreliable as our personal computers.
I try not to make snap judgments. I never, ever make conclusions about products I've never tried.
Man, he could sell. As he liked to say, he lived at the intersection of technology and liberal arts. But there was a more personal side of Steve Jobs, of course, and I was fortunate enough to see a bit of it because I spent hours in conversation with him over the 14 years he ran Apple.
We need a wireless mobile device ecosystem that mirrors the PC/Internet ecosystem, one where the consumers' purchase of network capacity is separate from their purchase of the hardware and software they use on that network. It will take government action, or some disruptive technology or business innovation, to get us there.
People always worry that buying tech products today carries a risk of obsolescence. Most of the time, that fear is overblown.

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