ejewishphilanthropy.com is up and running; with a low key preview launch just a few days ago we are off to a good beginning enjoying readers from not only Israel and the U.S., but also Canada, France, Namibia and the U.K. What did we do? a few hundred emails went out along … [Read more...] about Up Up and Away; the Value of Social Networks
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with thanks to Esther Kustanowitz and ROI120.com As you gather with family and friends to celebrate Chanukah, we encourage you to pass along this small test of technoliteracy. Print it out and save; post on your message boards, both in the virtual world and the old fashioned … [Read more...] about Edu-tech: Are You a Technophile or Technophobe? (revisited)
Welcome to eJewishPhilanthropy.com, a resource dedicated to educating and advancing the use of the Internet in the world of Jewish Philanthropy. Today marks a conclusion, but also a beginning and a continuation. A conclusion of almost a year, connecting and learning from … [Read more...] about Baruchim HaBa’im
Most people treat Jewish community work like a casual non-profit. But perhaps there’s a more effective, more business-like way to encourage innovation within a responsible, results-oriented framework? PresenTense Editor and Publisher Ariel Beery and his frequent business p … [Read more...] about Rethinking the Business Model of Jewish Community
Habitus, A Diaspora Journal is part of a new breed of Jewish magazines being created by young Jews and defining Judaism and their involvement on their own terms. With funding from the Dorot Foundation and focusing on Diaspora literature and culture the editors tell us "Habitus is … [Read more...] about Habitus, issue 2, Has Arrived