Monthly Archives: March 2011

Ma samuch parsha zu l’parsha zo…how is this connected?

The Internet doesn’t steal our humanity, it reflects it. The Internet doesn’t get inside us, it shows what’s inside us. And social media isn’t cold, it’s just complex and hard to define. Technology is all about engagement – being connected.  … Continue reading

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It’s not enough to be jew-ish

I heard someone, somewhere once respond to a question, “Well I guess I’m Jew-ish” with a deliberate pause added between the syllables.  I wonder what she meant.  The word mas-pik means enough but the root sa-fek means doubt.  Have you … Continue reading

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Olam katan, a small world

I thought I added another couple of sentences to my first post.  It was about the word o-lam (world) spelled ayin, vav, lamed, mem but it could be spelled without the vav.  Without vowels, though, you might misread the word … Continue reading

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Hello world!

OK big breath in… and jump.  Into the 21st century, into the world of blogging and virtual communities.  I don’t know who will read this post and, quite frankly, it doesn’t matter.  The objective is for me to get comfortable … Continue reading

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