Monthly Archives: October 2009

We Live In Public

“About two years ago, I looked around and realized that what I had documented back then was a physical metaphor of how people would react to the Internet, which Josh predicted would eventually take over our lives.” Ondi Timoner, Director, … Continue reading

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Trip Number Five, Chapter Number One

While I was at The Conversation in Baltimore, I read the few existing chapters from the novel I hope to write. The feed back was very encouraging, so I’m planning on working on it while I’m in Israel. Yep, I’m … Continue reading

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“Im nobody special.”

“Please don’t blog about this.” I said or he said or we both said to each other. We agreed and then went to our blogs and made obtuse references to what we’d promised each other we wouldn’t blog. That was … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Lech Lecha dvar Torah by Jill Gardner

My friend Jill Gardner gave this d’var on Lech Lecha in 2006 and offered to let me share it with you here. She’s giving a new d’var on the same portion this month and exploring how her life has changed … Continue reading

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Crying on the train

When the woman next to me on the train tonight tapped me and asked if I was okay, I said I was fine. There is no way to explain that I’m sitting on the train crying because a holiday that … Continue reading

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My life these days

It is hard for me to remember the days when I logged into Blog City and wrote every single day. But I did. For the first three years here, I wrote every day. I finally gave myself a month-long break … Continue reading

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It is past time for the release of Gilad Shalit

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