In the general reporting business since the 1970s, Mossberg explains concepts patiently and in detail. He seems to feel the undercurrents, just like Walter Cronkite had. Cronkite signaled special importance through his pauses.
That's exactly how Mossberg differs from too many current tech journalists. They too often seem totally self-absorbed. Tech is their stage for showing off. Frequently that's through throwing around tech insider buzzwords, without much explanation.
On Recode, Mossberg announced his retirement this coming June. At least from writing about tech. He's been in that space since 1991.
Like so many of us aging professionals, he is exiting one career path and will figure out The Next. Increasingly, "retirement" indicates a new professional focus. Not hanging it up. There is no trigger for this decision such as bad health or being forced out, says Mossberg.
Recode's parent if VOX Media, where Mossberg has been based most recently.
The Next for lawyers wanting macro information and insight about tech beyond June?
A useful and entertaining source is the weekly "Gillmor Gang." TechCrunch usually carries a link to it on the weekends. The content is so useful because the panel members are over-50. They have seen tech developments come, grow and go. Covered is everything associated with tech, such as the Trump Administration's use of Tweets and the future of AdTech.
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