David Pogue is the creator and primary author of the Missing Manuals (begun since 1999; a joint venture with O'Reilly & Associates) and leads Pogue Press. From 1988 until November 2000, he wrote the award-winning Desktop Critic column of Macworld magazine and currently writes the personal-technology column at the New York Times. He is also a CBS News correspondent.
Pogue is particularly known for his humour, nearly ubiquitous in his books.
David and his wife Jennifer Pogue, MD, live in Connecticut with their three young children.
- Macs for Dummies
- The iMac for Dummies
- Macworld Mac Secrets
- Mac OS X: The Missing Manual
- Classical Music for Dummies