My March 18, 2015 “Compuschmooze” column discusses RarmaRadio, a software tool for recording and time-shifting streaming Internet radio stations, but the software comes with a catch. Read the column at the Jewish Community Voice website.
The path from Internet entrepreneur to Internet millionaire is not a straight one. Just ask Nooruddin “Rudy” Karsan. He just successfully sold his biggest Internet company, Kenexa, which makes human resources software, to IBM for [Read more…]
Editor’s note: This column is crossposted from the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey. You can see the original column there. It seems like web developers are convinced that the world’s attention span for [Read more…]
UPDATED 4/18/2014 TO INCLUDE VIDEO NEWS WRAPPER REPORT: When Super Storm Sandy ravaged New Jersey in 2011, small and medium sized businesses learned what larger companies had known for some time: If your business computer [Read more…]
Editor’s Note: The version of this column that appeared in the March 5 issue of the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey omitted the hyperlinks to the example websites and synagogues mentioned. This version [Read more…]
In my December 2013 “Compuschmooze” column in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey, I report on Julian Brodsky’s keynote remarks at last month’s Founder Factory conference in Philadelphia. Brodsky is the retired vice [Read more…]
In my November 2013 “CompuSchmooze” column in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey, I tell about our experience using AirBnB.com to book accommodations during our October trip to Paris, Rome, Florence, and Venice.
In the October 2013 Compuschmooze column in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey, I talk about the Grape-Vine app developed with support from some large Jewish organizations in the hope that they can [Read more…]
In my September 2013 Compuschmooze column, I discuss that video of the over-the-top Bar Mitzvah party that recently went viral, and suggest that people need to do a better job creating context for their videos [Read more…]
In my August 2013 “Compuschmooze” column in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey, I describe Evernote and its value as a cloud-based note-taking, reference-recording, database accessible from multiple platforms.