Robert J. Elisberg's column offers guidance to writers trying to make sense of our bewildering technology-based universe.
This is a column that understands when people ask "How do I do this" what they actually mean is "Please tell me exactly what keys on my keyboard to hit." It's a column written for people who work and live in a profession that is technology-based, yet they themselves aren't.
TWW looks at an elegant solution to the issue of making Wi-Fi accessible everywhere throughout your home.
The Key to It All
The Writers Workbench finds a keyboard that’s small enough to take with you away from home yet large enough to do real-world typing at length.
Holding Back the Surge
TWW reviews a product that will provide important protection for your devices.
CES 2019: There’s No Place Like Ohm
TWW revisits CES to find the winners of its annual Cool Thing Awards and tests one technology that, without hyperbole, will likely be life-changing.
Let There Be Light
The Writers Workbench spotlights two products that bring bright ideas to life.
Whatever Suits You
The Writers Workbench steps out in style and reviews a sport coat that will help you take your home office with you on the road.
There’s No Place Like Ohm: CES 2018
The Writers Workbench braves blackouts and the maniacal circus that is CES to search for the new products and technologies that will shape our future.
The Writers Workbench reviews some humble devices that offer potential benefits for real-world needs.
A Tale of Sound and Fury, Signifying Something
This month, we look at some especially portable devices for your sound and power needs.
To Everything, Turn, Turn, Turn
The Writers Workbench reviews a Bluetooth turntable that promises to make listening to your old LPs a lot easier.
IFA GPC and Other Initials
TWW travels to Portugal to find out what’s next in the world of tech.
The Writers Workbench springs forward this month to bring you reviews of the latest must-have gadgets.