Tag Archives: blogging

Good News Friday

I’m more or less back to normal programming now and it’s time for another Good News Friday installment. Let’s start with Israel’s biomedical industry, which never fails to innovate. One of the latest developments is a revolutionary new treatment for … Continue reading

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Israel to the rescue! Iranian blogger given asylum in Israel

A story that could have come straight out of a spy thriller has just reached its final happy conclusion as the Iranian blogger Neda Amin, who had been living in Turkey for the last 3 years, arrived safely in Israel … Continue reading

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Inviting reader guest posts

While I take great enjoyment in writing this blog, finding the time (and sometimes the energy) to keep writing is becoming an increasing challenge. I am thankful to my prolific contributor Brian Goldfarb who has written many guest posts and … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

I can’t believe it’s time for another Good News Friday installment, but I can’t argue with the calendar. My first item for this week comes from the haredi town of Bnei Brak, but from the unlikely setting of the high-tech … Continue reading

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Another milestone: 100,000 and 500

In perfect time for the start of the new Jewish year, and almost exactly a year to the day since my last milestone of 25,000 page views, some time over Shabbat this blog received its 100,000th page view! And to … Continue reading

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A milestone

Today this blog marked a great milestone for me, when it passed the 25,000 page views mark. (Sidenote: at this momentous stage, I’m trying once again to register this blog on Technorati and include my Keycode KE2WYT5VDYRF) When I started, … Continue reading

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