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Highlights from the Tech News channel on Clammr. Get the latest headlines in technology and startups. Headlines from TechCrunch, Venturebeat, Wired, Engadget, Gizmodo, Re/Code, venture capital news, new products and more. If you like this podcast, download the Clammr app on your iPhone for the full experience. Visit http://clammr.com. Clammr is a social audio discovery app that users call Audio Instagram and Audio Twitter. It features 18-second audio highlights and previews in a person​alize ...
 
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Editor’s Note: This podcast is the basis for Steve’s 9/26/2018 Compuschmooze column, which appeared in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey. As the population ages, assisted living communities and nursing homes around the country are having a more difficult time recruiting workers to provide care for the residents. The employee shortag…
 
Editor’s Note: The audio podcast is now available How often do you want to share with friends what you just heard in an audio news story or podcast? Would you want to send them a short snippet of the audio and a link where they could hear more? Now, you can do just that with a recently introduced app called Clammr (clammr.com). There is an iPhone a…
 
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 small businesses of the disruption to data networks in New Jersey businesses caused by Super Storm Sandy in 2011, and the more recent multi-day power outages in …
 
Highlights from the Tech News channel on Clammr. Get the latest headlines in technology and startups. Headlines from TechCrunch, Venturebeat, Wired, Engadget, Gizmodo, Re/Code, venture capital news, and more.If you like this podcast, download the Clammr app on your iPhone for the full experience. Visit http://clammr.com.Clammr is a social audio dis…
 
Highlights from the Tech News channel on Clammr. Get the latest headlines in technology and startups. Headlines from TechCrunch, Venturebeat, Wired, Engadget, Gizmodo, Re/Code, venture capital news, and more.If you like this podcast, download the Clammr app on your iPhone for the full experience. Visit http://clammr.com.Clammr is a social audio dis…
 
Highlights from the Tech News channel on Clammr. Get the latest headlines in technology and startups. Headlines from TechCrunch, Venturebeat, Wired, Engadget, Gizmodo, Re/Code, venture capital news, and more.If you like this podcast, download the Clammr app on your iPhone for the full experience. Visit http://clammr.com.Clammr is a social audio dis…
 
Highlights from the Tech News channel on Clammr. Get the latest headlines in technology and startups. Headlines from TechCrunch, Venturebeat, Wired, Engadget, Gizmodo, Re/Code, venture capital news, and more.If you like this podcast, download the Clammr app on your iPhone for the full experience. Visit http://clammr.com.Clammr is a social audio dis…
 
Highlights from the Tech News channel on Clammr. Get the latest headlines in technology and startups. Headlines from TechCrunch, Venturebeat, Wired, Engadget, Gizmodo, Re/Code, venture capital news, and more.If you like this podcast, download the Clammr app on your iPhone for the full experience. Visit http://clammr.com.Clammr is a social audio dis…
 
Highlights from the Tech News channel on Clammr. Get the latest headlines in technology and startups. Headlines from TechCrunch, Venturebeat, Wired, Engadget, Gizmodo, Re/Code, venture capital news, and more.If you like this podcast, download the Clammr app on your iPhone for the full experience. Visit http://clammr.com.Clammr is a social audio dis…
 
Update: We decided to use the August Compuschmooze column to update the available information about Talmud study materials on the web. You can read the column and check out the links we discovered at the Jewish Community Voice newspaper website. With news that 90,000 Orthodox Jews gathered in Met Life Stadium in the Meadowlands to celebrate the Siy…
 
Vanessa Schneider, senior public relations manager, Eventbrite.com The CompuSchmooze podcast returns with an interview about event planning online, with our guest, Vanessa Schneider, senior public relations manager of Eventbrite.com, an online event organizing site. Listen to the podcast here: Read the article based on this interview in the Jewish …
 
Lori Katz of Cherry Hill, an advocate and activist for Parkinson's Disease research and patients. In this audio podcast, we present a telescoped aircheck recording of an interview with Lori Katz, Cherry Hill resident and Parkinson’s Disease activist and advocate. (A telescoped aircheck removes the commercials and irrelevant content of a broadcast. …
 
UPDATE, 9/18/2012: Tungle has announced it will discontinue the service in December 2012. Read their official blog post here. In this edition of the Compuschmooze podcast, we interview Marc Gingras, CEO and founder of Tungle.me, a web-based application that enables calendar sharing and appointment scheduling among virtual teams, regardless of the c…
 
In this edition of the Compuschmooze podcast, we report on the March “Net Tuesday” meeting held in Philadelphia by Net Squared, a group that “enables social benefit organizations to leverage the tools of the social web.” At the March meeting, presenters discussed how social media tools are aiding volunteers and first responders in major internation…
 
In this edition of the Compuschmooze podcast, we interview Steve Schack, founder of BeMyNudge.com, a coaching and goal-setting website. According to the BeMyNudge website, Steve has coaching clients for many years, working with clients to help them realize business and personal goals. When they are asked what makes the difference in their reaching …
 
A new class of assistive technologies are dramatically altering the way people with various disabilities are able to engage in their daily activities. The Pulse SmartPen, from Livescribe (http://bit.ly/4DKjvU), is one of these devices. Lori Katz, a learning specialist at the Joseph Sharp Elementary School in Cherry Hill (photo), has found the Pulse…
 
Click to Play Two exhibits at the opposite ends of the scientific spectrum are at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia through September. "Galileo, the Medici, and the Age of Discovery," brings one of Galileo's own telescopes to Philadelphia — the first time the instrument has traveled outside of Italy. Spanning other centuries yet to come, "Star…
 
The Drexel University Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) presents “Breaking Boundaries: The Revolution of Social Media,” a panel discussion held May 5, 2009 in the Bossone Auditorium at Drexel University in Philadelphia. Panelists Gloria Bell, Red Stapler Consulting Steve Lubetkin, Managing Partner, Professional Podc…
 
In October, Ipsos Insight, a Canadian market research company, learned in its market research that “the popularity of online video services has grown significantly with women and older consumers, helping close the age and gender gap within the burgeoning online video audience in the U.S.” (See the Ipsos news release here.) Adam Wright, Senior Resea…
 
Click to Play Jeff Pulver’s Real-World Social Media Tagging Breakfast in Philadelphia on February 5 included short remarks by Jeff about why he began creating opportunities for social media participants to meet each other in the real world, and the tools he thought might be helpful to get people to engage each other in real interactions and convers…
 
On December 30, 2008, the Israeli Consulate General in New York hosted a “citizens’ press conference” and invited interested parties to send the Consulate questions about the recent Israeli military actions in the Gaza Strip, using the social media website Twitter.com. This is probably the first time a country’s diplomats have embraced the use of T…
 
Backup for important business data now can benefit from additional protection from fires, with the FireKing MediaVault HD fire-hardened backup drive. Underwriter’s Laboratories® has tested the MediaVaultHD container according to standard UL72 and approved the MediaVaultHD as a 1-hour Class 125 fire rated container. To pass this test, the container …
 
In June, the International Association of Online Communicators (IAOC) held its international conference in Reykjavik, Iceland. In October, the Icelandic economy collapsed, the three largest banks were nationalized, and tens of thousands of Icelanders found themselves unable to withdraw money from their savings accounts to pay for ordinary expenses.…
 
Click to Play PNC Bank has launched a new online banking product targeted at Gen Y customers, young people who’ve grown up with the Internet and prefer to manage their finances online. The product incorporates spending, short-term savings, and long-term growth accounts into a single online interface, making transferring money between the accounts s…
 
In Episode #25 of the Compuschmooze Podcast, we interview Travis Todd and Scott Scheyer of GrowVotes.org, a social networking website devoted to local politics across the US; and Nathaniel Wice, co-founder of Mishare.com, which offers the Mishare device that enables iPod owners to copy the contents of one iPod to another one, legally. Sponsor: The …
 
In epsiode #24 of the CompuSchmooze podcast, we speak with Voice Editor and General Manager Harriet Kessler about the Voice’s new website at http://www.jewishvoicesnj.org. We also speak with Stephen Larson, founder of Our-Hometown.com, the service that builds and maintains websites for community newspapers like the Voice. Sponsor: The CompuSchmooze…
 
In epsiode #23 of the CompuSchmooze podcast, social media and internet entrepreneur Jeff Pulver discusses his commitment to early-stage investments in startup technology companies in Israel. We spoke with Jeff during a recent social media breakfast gathering he hosted in Princeton, NJ. Steve photographed with Jeff Pulver at the Philadelphia breakfa…
 
This podcast features a report on the breakfast for social media devotees hosted by Jeff Pulver in Philadelphia on January 31, 2008. Steve attended along with about 50 other social media users including bloggers, podcasters, videobloggers, web designers and others. Watch for an additional podcast coming soon from Jeff’s Princeton social media break…
 
In epsiode #22 of the CompuSchmooze podcast, we have two interviews and spotlight some podsafe music. Download the podcast file here (53.8 mb stereo MP3 file, [00:39:14] length). First, a conversation with Mrinal Desai, one of the founders of CrossLoop Software, which provides a free software tool for allowing one computer to take control of a remo…
 
In epsiode #21 of the CompuSchmooze podcast, we have two interviews and spotlight some podsafe music. Download the podcast file here (55.0 mb stereo MP3 file, [00:40:02] length). First, a conversation with Stan Schwartz and Lisa Moore, creators of Toonamation, a software plugin for graphic design programs that can change a photo or a video into a c…
 
In this edition of the CompuSchmooze podcast, we present a collection of interviews: 1. Reporting on the floor of BlogPhiladelphia, the first of two “un-conferences” being held in Philadelphia this year. 2. Interview with Chris Stramiello, director of product management for Nuance, about Dragon Naturally Speaking version 9. 3. Mark-Jan Harte, found…
 
In epsiode #19 of the CompuSchmooze podcast, we have a conversation with Matt Kleinschmitt of Ipsos Insight Research about his TEMPO study of digital music downloading behavior, and we talk with Brad Meador of ClearContext Software about a new add-in program for Microsoft Outlook that helps prioritize email. Matt Kleinschmitt Brad Meador, VP, Opera…
 
In this podcast we present excerpts of remarks by Max Soliven, publisher of the Philippine Star newspaper, from his presentation to the Public Relations Society of the Philippines at the 13th National Public Relations Congress in Manila on September 28, 2006. This podcast is being cross posted to Lubetkin’s Other Blog Podcast and the CompuSchmooze …
 
In epsiode #18 of the CompuSchmooze podcast, we have a conversation with Amy Webb, a journalist and editor of the DragonFire culture webzine at Drexel University. Earlier this year, Webb stopped reading printed books, magazines, and newspapers, and avoided watching broadcast TV for a month. During that time, she only read what she could obtain over…
 
In epsiode #17 of the CompuSchmooze podcast, we have a conversation with Adam Wright, senior research manager at Ipsos Insight, the Canadian market research firm that conducts “The Face of the Web” Survey about worldwide Internet usage. Adam Wright Download the podcast file here (26.9 mb stereo MP3 file, [00:19:10] length). Here’s the text of the r…
 
In this edition of the CompuSchmooze podcast, we conduct interviews on the exhibit floor of the AIIM/OnDemand conference held in Philadelphia in May 2006. (Photos all Copyright ©2006 Steven L. Lubetkin.) Participating in interviews (timecode indexes are shown next to the interview subjects) were: 02:06 – 19:45: Gadi Aharoni, CEO of ARx, maker of Co…
 
Screen Shot of NeatReceipts Rafi Spero, inventor of NeatReceipts, is our guest on the CompuSchmoozeTM podcast this week. Download the podcast file here (24.5mb stereo MP3 file, [17:23] length). Here’s the text of the related “CompuSchmoozeTM” column as it appears in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey in May CompuSchmooze? May 2006: N…
 
Bruce Kramer of OneCall PC Help Bruce Kramer, owner of OneCall PC Help in Mt. Laurel, NJ is our guest on the CompuSchmoozeTM podcast this week. Download the podcast file here (33mb stereo MP3 file, [34:53]length). Here’s the text of the related “CompuSchmoozeTM” column as it appears in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey in March: Com…
 
Alexis Brownstein, Proprietor of Dr. Database Alexis Brownstein, proprietor of Dr. Database LLC, helps customers design automated documents that integrate the functionality of Microsoft Access, Microsoft Word, and other software solutions. She’s our guest on the CompuSchmoozeTM podcast this week. Download the podcast file here (29mb stereo MP3 file…
 
Dr. Steven Dinero, Philadelphia University Dr. Steven Dinero, a professor of human geography at Philadelphia University, attended the World Summit on the Information Society last month in Tunisia. He’s our guest on the CompuSchmoozeTM podcast this week. Download the podcast file here (34.1 mb stereo MP3 file, [24:50] length). Here’s the text of the…
 
Copyright © 2005 Steven L. Lubetkin. All rights reserved. Earlier this year, José Avila III, a young computer programmer from California, moved to Arizona for a new job. José didnt want to cause his roommates in California any financial difficulty, so he kept paying his share of the rent, and that didnt leave him with extra money to decorate his ne…
 
This is the podcast of my interview with Matt Revis, product marketing manager for Dragon Naturally Speaking, the subject of my October 2005 CompuSchmooze column. Download the podcast file here (22.5 mb stereo MP3 file; program is [15:36].) Podcast friendly theme music: “Trizano Bridge,” by Organic!, from Odeo’s Podcast NYC Podsafe Music (Yeah, we …
 
Melitz’s “Engaging Disengagement is an interactive 90-minute to 2 hour program that gives participants a deep understanding of what the people of Israel are experiencing through the disengagement. Shown discussing the program are (from left): Alan Respler, executive director of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Southern New Jersey; Henry Ma…
 
David Booth is executive marketing manager of Prague-based JetBrains Software, maker of Omea Pro, an information management environment. Version 2.0 was released September 6. Omea integrates with Microsoft Outlook, USENET, Web bookmarks, RSS Feeds, IM Chats, and more. http://libsyn.com/media/lubetkin/CSchmooze8-Omea.mp3 The podcast is 15 minutes (1…
 
Gary Hawkes, the co-creator of Audioguard CDs, is our guest. Audioguard is the first installment of a series of low-cost theft deterrent products from Gary’s UK-based Steel Onion firm. The Audioguard CDs contain high-quality digital recordings of ambient sound from typical home and office surroundings. Designed to be played in random sequences, Aud…
 
CompuSchmooze June 2005 (2nd column) : Podcasting Gains Support from Network Radio By Steven L. Lubetkin Copyright © 2005 Steven L. Lubetkin. All rights reserved. WORD COUNT: 688 Podcasting has gone legit. In May, the Sirius Satellite Radio Network (www.sirius.com) launched “Adam Curry’s PodShow,” a four-hour, weekday program featuring what a press…
 
CompuSchmooze June 2005: AIIM On Demand Conference Spotlights Digital Documents By Steven L. Lubetkin Copyright © 2005 Steven L. Lubetkin. All rights reserved. WORD COUNT: 656 From May 17-19, more than 20,000 professionals involved in document creation, publishing, and distribution converged on the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Center City Phil…
 
We interview Tod Maffin, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation technology reporter who has just been named to host a new program about podcasting on the CBC’s radio network. More info on Tod at: http://todmaffin.com/speaking/bio.htm Tod’s new podcast program is called The Feed. It has a blog/website at http://www.thefeed.ca/ Podcast also features comme…
 
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