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The New York Times has found a replacement for one of the high-profile names it lost over the past year: The Wall Street Journal tech columnist Farhad Manjoo is taking over the “State of the Art” column from the Times’ former writer David Pogue, who left for Yahoo last fall.
Times business editor Dean Murphy and technology editor Suzanne Spector wrote in an internal memo, “In his new role at The Times, Farhad will push ‘State of the Art’ beyond traditional reviews to examine the tech industry more broadly and the role technology plays across the board—what he calls ‘tech's intrusion into society.’”