Are social networking sites like MySpace or FaceBook likely to be a good fit for your non-profit's goals? In a new post from Idealware, Brett Bonfield explores how you know if social networking is right for you. You've likely heard of Web sites such as Facebook, MySpace, and … [Read more...] about Should Your Organization Use Social Networking Sites?
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THE JEWISH BLOGOSPHERE: Can virtual Jewish community replace real Jewish community? Join us on Wednesday, February 6th, for a panel discussion moderated by Jewish Week editor and publisher Gary Rosenblatt. With Shmuel Rosner (Haaretz), Rabbi Joshua Hammerman (author and … [Read more...] about An Invitation To Those in NYC
This post is part of a series on new innovation being created at the Jerusalem based incubator PICZ, The PresenTense Institute for Creative Zionism. Introducing... The Bible Raps Project: a new approach to Jewish education "Therefore, write down this song and teach it to … [Read more...] about Kid Tested, Rabbi Approved
Do you have a project you've been dying to launch? Are you a socially-minded pioneer who wants to create value for the Jewish People and the world? Or are you a hacker who wants to spend a summer in Israel at an incubator and bring your project to market? If the answer is yes, … [Read more...] about Calling all Entrepreneurs
After months of negotiation with the authorities, a Talmudist from Odessa was finally granted permission to visit Moscow. He boarded the train and found an empty seat. At the next stop, a young man got on and sat next to him. The scholar looked at the young man and he thought: … [Read more...] about Talmudic Logic