Monthly Archives: May 2008

Looking for Collaborators: Itza Mitzva

I mentioned here that I was awarded a $2,000 grant for Itza Mitzva . Itza is a liberal mitzvah study group that Rabbi Z and I lead at the Fixx Coffee Bar once a month (taking summers off like civilized … Continue reading

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Slow down, you move to fast

I remember once, a few months or a year ago, when I decided to stop using the word overwhelmed to describe how I was feeling. I did this just in case using the word over and over exacerbated the feeling … Continue reading

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Do you know where…

1. Israel is in 9 days. Plans are much less solid than they were a month ago. I’m not sure how that happened, but it’ll all work out. I found out that I’ll be having lunch with a friend in … Continue reading

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From a Pilcrowista – she needs a smart phone!

I got this question from a woman who attended my Digital Life presentation at Pilcrow Lit Fest. She needs advice on a smartphone. Should she get a Blackberry? Should she get an iPhone? I start a new job in mid … Continue reading

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Video and photos galore

Photos from our volunteer team of photographers are spilling into the Flickr Group. Personally, I want to know how many photos of the silver shoes exist and kind of want everyone to write a story about them. In the meantime, … Continue reading

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So much to do, so much to say.

Pilcrow Lit Fest is nearly behind us. I’m at home about to leave for a wedding, but still on an adrenaline high from raising $4,000 for the New Orleans Public Library. FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS! I have so much to say … Continue reading

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Thoughts on my feet at mesh08

We have a luxuriously long lunch at mesh today, so I’m standing next to the job boards at a high-top table blogging a bit. Edelman is a major sponsor, but even if we weren’t I’d still tell you that this … Continue reading

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