The Sword of Damocles hangs no more for David Pogue. The New York Times technology columnist has yet again eluded the bony grasp of editorial punishment in the wake of a “flagrant” violation of the New York Times’ editorial standards. Read More
If only there were a gadget to fix domestic strife. New York Times technology columnist David Pogue, one of the most widely read tech writers in the country, has recently been making headlines of his own due to his complicated personal life, his relationship with a technology publicist and a history of apparent breaches of long-standing Times ethics policies.
Now it seems his estranged wife, Jennifer Pogue, is also getting into the writing game. Read More
As we’ve done for the last week, we gave the New York Times another call today to find out whether a decision had been rendered on the matter of incredibly popular personal technology columnist David Pogue’s speaking engagement for communications professionals—something forbidden by the Times—and whether or not Mr. Pogue will face repercussions for doing so. The answer? Read More
Another day, another…day David Pogue continues to wait on a decision about his employment at the New York Times. Read More
All’s quiet on the West 41st Street front in regards to the New York Times‘ very-valued personal technology columnist David Pogue. Mr. Pogue—not-very-arguably the most popular personal technology columnist in the country—has found himself in a bit of an ethics fiasco. Not exactly the first time this has happened. And yet: the Times has yet to deliver a typically draconian ruling on what seems to be a blatant violation of their editorial standards guidelines. Read More