A couple (or more) blogs ago, I waxed philosophic about one of the great consumer electronics journalists, David Pogue of the New York Times. Now I may have been putting the cart before the horse, because the dean (if there is such a thing) of CE journalists is Walter Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal.
Now I know many of you can't picture the staid Journal, the nation's voice of all things financial, as being a bastion of CE coverage, but it is. Every week, Mossberg tells it truly like it is in "The Mossberg Solution," a column that he writes with Katherine Boehret. It's part of the "Personal Journal" section that includes personal finance (of course), gadgets, health, cars and arts & leisure.
This week's column covers MovieBeam, a new company with a box that attaches to your TV and comes preloaded with 100 movies, which can be rented for as little as $1.99 each.The pros and cons? That's what "The Mossberg Solution" does so well, so if you are interested, visit www.wsj.com.