David Pogue, the technology columnist for The New York Times, had an interesting blog post about a column he never wrote. He’d suggested a column about what he bought this past year, but then he realized he didn’t buy enough stuff.
Well, not enough hardware, at least.
But he wrote a post about the two things he did buy— Neat Receipts, a USB-powered receipts scanner, and the Canon S90, a top-notch digital camera.
You can read more about his choices at the Times.
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