Ben Gottesman

Executive Editor Ben Gottesman is the PC Magazine executive editor overseeing feature stories on Web development and infrastructure, as well as the Solutions and Internet Professional sections. In the past, he has also been in charge of software and Internet features. Gottesman has been with PC Magazine for nearly nine years, the first seven of which were spent in PC Magazine Labs, initially as the project leader for software reviews and then as technical director. Previously, Gottesman was manager of software compatibility testing at the National Software Testing Laboratories in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.

The Value of a Good Name

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