Monthly Archives: May 2007
We've redesigned Jewcy, and I'm told it may look a little weird until you hold down the Shift key and refresh the page. So do that.
All seem to use Comcast. I remember being at an Onion book signing a few years ago hearing head writer Todd Hanson say that the most drooling letters to the editor his satiric weekly ever received were from AOL users … Read More
Nicolas Sarkozy, the "French Kennedy," jogging up the steps of the Elysee Palace. His style is either invigoratingly breezy or gauche, depending on whom you ask. We'll hold off on further Camelot-izing until he incites a missile crisis with Vladimir … Read More
Google has unleashed a truly extraordinary technology: Street-level zooming. Go on, lose your job by playing all day. Below: the Jewcy offices.
A while back Laurel wrote about why you should get yourself a mezuzah for your home. It’s definitely a key item for any home. But mezuzahs, which signify that God is watching over our doorposts, and which serve as a … Read More
Israeli right wing politician Avigdor Lieberman unveiled a new plan today to cut off the Gaza Strip and declare it a "hostile enemy." I certainly understand why Israeli politicians would be at wit's end, with daily rocket fire from the … Read More
This is the sixth email in an eight-email debate between Kevin Kelly, founder of Wired Magazine, and Andrew Keen, author of The Cult of the Amateur. Here, Kelly argues that the unapologetic amateurism of online culture is precisely what will … Read More