About JewcyCraig

Craig Leinoff is Jewcy's Director of Technology. He's currently working on his second million, but only because his first million didn't work out so well. He is a recent graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute where he was a humor columnist and Editor-in-Chief of Statler & Waldorf Magazine.

He used to live with a Chinese family who let him stay there for free, but later moved to Spanish Harlem. Now he lives in Park Slope, in a man's home, which is his castle.

Jewcy Hiring: A Few Good Geeks

Jewcy Hiring: A Few Good Geeks
By August 1, 2007

It's that magical time of the year again, getting near the end of Summer but still nowhere near Fall (I call it: "Sumall". Something I came up with one day during Calculus.) when I realize that one man cannot handle … Read More

Jewcy Promo Video

By July 24, 2007

You don't have to be Jewish to be Jewcy. What does it mean to you?

Basketballs Are Cool

By July 20, 2007

Basketballs. They separate us from the animals. For fifteen million years, man has used basketball as his greatest tool. Whether as a crude bludgeoning instrument against a vicious, wild mongoose, used to "serve" a cocky gazelle, or just to enchant … Read More

In Darfur, My Camera Was Not Enoug

By July 5, 2007

Brian Steidle, in his position as an unarmed military observer in Darfur, found himself becoming a witness to the destruction of civilians. Mr. Steidle did not have much in the way of equipment with him as an AU monitor, but … Read More

We Are the Strange

By June 21, 2007

Very strange. 'Nuff said.

Where’s George W’s Watch??

By June 14, 2007

George Bush goes to Albania and, amidst being fondly groped by throngs of the natives, his watch disappears. The BBC takes us on a sardonically editorialized recounting of the whole horrific ordeal. Watch for such key quotes as, "Even here … Read More

BBC News London: Olympics 2012

By June 7, 2007

The BBC reports: British people everywhere are confused and saddened by the new 2012 Olympics logo. Scientists predict this phenomenon has already spread to most of Europe and the US. In other news, if you cleverly rearrange the symbols, it … Read More

West’s Complicated Wonningness

By June 5, 2007