If you are not familiar with our Resource Library, have a look. We developed this section as a way to assist you in connecting with others, reaching a greater audience and keeping current on the newest tends. We also encourage you to check back often as new links are added on a regular basis. Some recent additions: IRS Tax-Exempt Status Newly revised, the process for dealing with the IRS to obtain tax-exempt status (October 2010) Finding … [Read more...] about Resource Links
It is no secret that in today’s modern world most people would prefer to receive their news from online sites rather than newspapers. You are able to access more relevant information for free and there is less likelihood of receiving outdated information because of frequent updating of many news sites. Even television and radio have lost out to the web in terms of reporting breaking news. Therefore it is no surprise the Internet continues to … [Read more...] about Where Goes the North American Jewish Media
by Yoram Samets As we approach the High Holy Days - the most important of all Jewish holidays, the time of year we solemnly ask for forgiveness from our loved ones, take on the deeply moving task of spiritual self reflection and introspection, and welcome our estranged family members to experience these days of awe in our synagogues - is your Jewish institution’s website any different than it is at say, Tu B’shvat or Groundhog Day? I mean, … [Read more...] about On the Web: High Holidays or Groundhog Day?
As Shabbat concluded, so did The National Day of Unplugging. This story was published by The New York Times as Shabbat began here in Jerusalem. The video is from the same team that brought us The Tribe. A New Take on the Old Sabbath Ritual of Unplugging I am typing fast because at sundown (7:20 p.m.), I plan to join in the first National Day of Unplugging and turn my electronic devices off until sundown Saturday. The effort, reported … [Read more...] about Did You Remember to Unplug?
Are you sick of having conversations with people with their noses buried in an iPhone? Are you that person? Then put down the cell phone, stop the status updates on Facebook, shut down Twitter, sign out of e-mail and relax, as part of a National Day of Unplugging. People across the nation will tune out to reclaim time to slow life down and reconnect with friends, family, the community and themselves for 24 hours, starting at sundown, … [Read more...] about Join Sabbath Manifesto in a National Day of Unplugging