The CompuSchmooze™ name is a trademark owned by Steven L. Lubetkin. It is the name of Steve’s newspaper column, published monthly in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey since 1996. These articles and associated podcasts are Copyright ©Steven L. Lubetkin. All rights reserved.
The State Broadcast News division of Cherry Hill-based The Lubetkin Media Companies has been recognized again with three awards for its news reporting in radio, print, and video categories in the 2017 Memorial Journalism Awards [Read more…]
Editor’s Note: This column first appeared in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey on January 6, 2016. From the same folks who gave us Twitter, now may we present Periscope, aimed at smart [Read more…]
As I write this column, Hurricane Joaquin has just been upgraded to Category Three and may become a Category Four storm before you get this issue of The Voice. It is a serious reminder for [Read more…]
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…]
In my September 2014 CompuSchmooze column in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey, I write about an app and some social media issues that came up recently during the conflict between Israel and [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…]