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David Pogue
NY Times "Crowdwise" columnist; correspondent for NOVA and CBS Sunday Morning; author; dad of 3! Get my stuff by email:
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David Pogue Oct 15
If you’re in NYC this Thursday, come see a powerhouse lineup of panelists (and me) for “The Powers and Perils of Social Media, organized by National Institute of Social Sciences. See you there!
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David Pogue Oct 9
Hey Aaron! I emailed you about help with my iPhone book.... just wanted to flag it! Or shoot me a note, pogue@me.com, and I'll explain... Many thanks!
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David Pogue Oct 8
In case you’re still not laughing, I offer you this astonishing Reddit group: a collection of unintended motion-graphics interactions with the live TV picture from over the years. George Clooney’s a wizard!
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David Pogue Oct 8
Oh man… a subreddit dedicated to unfortunate graphic-design fails: juxtapositions of headlines and unrelated photos. Absolutely HILARIOUS.
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David Pogue Oct 8
Chatting with Kansas City Lyft driver about the Impossible Burger. Him: “Well, here in Kansas City, we’re working on coming up with a steak that tastes like salad!”
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David Pogue Oct 5
My latest "Crowdwise" in the is here! I asked you, the hive mind, to suggest the most ingenious non-obvious Tips for Not Leaving Digital Tracks Online…and you’ve got some doozies!
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David Pogue Oct 3
Hey Seb! I'm writing a book for publication next summer that includes a chapter on where to invest in the era of climate change. Is there any chance you'd help me out with a phone interview? Shoot me a note, and I'll give you the details... Many thanks! pogue@me.com
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David Pogue Oct 3
Hi there! I'm trying to contact Vivek Tanneeru, in hopes of interviewing him by phone for a new book I'm writing! Can you pass my email address along to him, so I can tell him about the project? Many thanks! pogue@me.com
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David Pogue Oct 2
Hey Amanda! Congratulations on the book! Hey, I’m writing a book, too… that I’d love to interview you for… drop me a note so I can explain? pogue@me.com Thank you!
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David Pogue Oct 2
Apparently, nobody pronounces New Orleans “NAWWWlins” except on TV shows and movies. Guy I asked here, lived here 39 years, says it’s “Noo AWlins,” period.
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David Pogue Sep 30
Replying to @JonLAWeiss @CBSSunday
Just to set the record straight, I did mention Jump. Here’s the narration: “They were put there by a new breed of well-funded companies with one-syllable names like, Bird, Lime, Scoot, Spin and Jump”
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David Pogue Sep 29
In case you missed my "CBS Sunday Morning" story today, about the Great Electric Scooter Backlash…it’s now online!
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David Pogue Sep 28
Set the VCR! Tomorrow, “ Morning” will air my cover story about the Great Scooter Backlash… how scooter sharing, with the promise to make city life cleaner, easier, and cheaper, is getting thrown out by the cities they were supposed to help.
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David Pogue Sep 28
Replying to @EVRMRCGR
Then you check the box that says “Please include plastic cutlery.” The point is that it’s now OPTIONAL.
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David Pogue Sep 27
Replying to @sarahleann05
Thank you so much!! You made my day!
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David Pogue Sep 27
Blows my mind. A woman in LA made it her crusade to persuade restaurant delivery co’s to stop automatically putting plastic cutlery in every bag (“zero-use plastic”). She just convinced Uber Eats to make cutlery opt-in! Yes, ONE PERSON made a difference!
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David Pogue Sep 20
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David Pogue Sep 20
But these are not EMPTY promises. Amazon ALREADY placed the order for the 3-vans. They ALREADY set up 15 solar and wind farms. They ALREADY eliminated 16% of their packaging. And most important to your point: they ALREADY opened the accountability site.
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David Pogue Sep 20
Amazon commits to 100% renewable power by 2030, carbon-zero by 2040 (10 years ahead of Paris Agreement), $100 million to reforestation, 100,000 electric delivery vans, and site where the public can view its footprint progress. Well done, !
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David Pogue Sep 19
My latest for NY Magazine’s “” section: The Timbuk2 bag that contains my life, still lookin’ good after five years!
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