In an era where people send messages that disappear within 10 seconds, Reboot’s 10Q project bucks the trend by offering an online reflection portal that holds musings in a digital vault and sends them back in a year for retrospection. The Jewish High Holidays are a traditional … [Read more...] about Make Your Reflections Last with 10Q
By Amelia Klein In a world where instant reflection in the form of a tweet, Facebook or Pinterest post is the norm, the thought of carving out time to think about your life and plan for the future is not top of mind for most people. People no longer take pause even during the … [Read more...] about The 10 Days of Awe: Reflection in a Digital Age
So much geshyring. How might we open up Jewish life and its treasures with welcome and the space to explore and create? By Robin Kramer and Amelia Klein “Reboot showed me that if community wasn’t there then the best thing to do was to get up and make it happen.” This is the … [Read more...] about Making Jewish My Own: Gleanings from Reboot
Bucking the trend of technology that allows people to tell everyone that they’ve checked into their local restaurant, cafe or bar, Reboot has developed a smartphone app that helps users “check out” of the internet altogether. The app ironically will use technology to shut down tec … [Read more...] about Rehab for the Smartphone
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 … [Read more...] about Did You Remember to Unplug?