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Tag Archives: technology
Sharon Udasin,Vying for control of the Temple Mount – on Foursquare, Jerusalem Post, December 16, 2010. For Ariela Ross, being the “mayor” of Al-Aksa Mosque and the Old City’s entire Muslim and Christian Quarters is quite natural – as these … Continue reading
Sharon Udasin, Israel Versus iPad, The Jewish Week, April 20th 2010 Israel may be in a tense standoff with U.S. President Barack Obama, but the high-tech-savvy country seemed to be picking a fight this week with another formidable foe: Apple. … Continue reading
Sharon Udasin, Let My People … Tweet , The Jewish Week, March 24th 2010 Welcome to the Tweder. Can Twitter and the Passover seder coexist? Last Passover, Dan Berkal spent the first seder dining with family and friends at the … Continue reading
Andre Oboler, The iFascists , Blog Central at the Jerusalem Post, 2 February 2010 Efforts to rehabilitate Fascism via technology have already made great strides in 2010. On Holocaust Memorial day, the second most downloaded application for the Apple iPhone … Continue reading
Steve Lipman, ‘If You Stream It, They Will Come’, The Jewish Week, 15 September 2009 Lisa Gilbert, a native of Cincinnati who now lives in Manhattan, listened to the rabbi’s sermon and the choir’s singing at her family’s Cincinnati congregation … Continue reading
Sharon Udasin, Google Maps Gets Specific – On Israel, The Jewish Week, October 12 2008 For a world of Googlers, Israel was but a misshapen pentagon sandwiched between an equally empty Jordan and a bluish-colored patch known as the Mediterranean … Continue reading