Walt Mossberg’s Final WSJ Column: Top Products in Two Decades

Walt Mossberg:

This is my last column for The Wall Street Journal, after 22 years of reviewing consumer technology products here.

So I thought I’d talk about the dozen personal-technology products I reviewed that were most influential over the past two decades. Obviously, narrowing so many products in the most dynamic of modern industries down to 12 is a subjective exercise and others will disagree.

I enjoyed this. It’s going to be a little bit weird in 2014 when there’s no Pogue at the NYTimes, and no Mossberg at the WSJ.

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