- Babson College Graduate Admissions
- Babson Website
- PHX Website
- RSA Compliance Article
- Brigham and Women’s Hospital Capital Campaign Brochure
- Kronos for Healthcare
- MIT Mechanical Engineering Features
- EMC: Interview with World Wide Web Inventor Tim Berners-Lee
- Tablet White Paper_Jan2014 for Usablenet.
- Jason is a contributor to the Musicovation blog; search for his articles.
- View all of Jason’s articles published on Arts Fuse.
- Jason’s presentation at the 2013 Northeast PHP Conference is now on YouTube.
- Jason wrote an article for the Fall/Winter 2012 issue of Bancroft Bulletin, the quarterly magazine of the Bancroft School of Worcester, MA.
- In 2012, Jason researched the life of the mysterious “Candy Lady” from his childhood neighborhood; the results were published in the June 22 issue of the Jewish Advocate.
- In 2011, Jason authored Lots to Know. Lots to Do, a family activity book for Boston Children’s Museum.
- Jewish Advocate Article on New ALS Residence, August 20, 2010
- In May 2010, Jason’s work of flash fiction, “In the Nickel of Time,” was published on the online literary magazine, The Drum. Jason narrated the audio himself.
- Since 2009, Jason has done presentations on the topic of brainstorming to college and adult education classes, as well as creative groups.
- In 2007, Jason researched and wrote his family’s history on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of his great-grandfather coming to America from Russia. A Century in America: Max Rubin and His Legacy
- In the late ’90s to early ’00s, Jason wrote or co-wrote three episodes of the public radio series Sound & Spirit, produced by WGBH and Public Radio International: “Mourning”, “Prayer”, and “The End of the World”. Two of these programs can be heard online in their entirety:
“The End of the World”
- From January 1989 through August 1991, Jason wrote and published a monthly newsletter about progressive rock music, called On Reflection. After he ceased publication, a former subscriber resurrected the newsletter and evolved it into the current magazine, Progression, for which Jason contributes.