I scanned and posted on my website the new Israeli stamps
that were issued in June 2009.
I included the stamp itself, the first day cover,
and an English and a Hebrew flyer about the stamp.
- Quality of the Environment
- The Dead Sea
- 50 Years - The International Harp Contest in Israel
- 18th Maccabiah
The new stamps are located at:
The top of the web page should display the date June 25, 2009.
If the page has an older date, hold the control key and press
the F5 key to refresh your browser with the updated page.
Thursday, June 25, 2009
Today (Thursday, June 25, 2009) Twitters around the world started a grassroots campaign to push the issue of IDF soldier Gilad Shalit's captivity to the top of the Internet world using the social networking mini-blog site.
Twitters will use the hashtag #Gilad to remind the world that Shalit's condition and whereabouts remain unknown after three years in the hands of the Hamas terrorists who kidnapped him. A hashtag is a label that Tweeters add to their messages to categorize them and make them more accessible and popular.
If you have a Twiiter account (free), please send out a Tweet today about #Gilad Shalit.
If you want examples of how easy it is to do, you can look at my own tweets today at:
You can see how others around the world are tweeting about Gilad by entering #Gilad in the Twitter search box.
“Whoever saves a single life is as if one saves the entire world.” - Talmud
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Today's hotsites update contains many new additions in
the Twitter section. For your convenience I added the
direct web address to each section.
-- Large new sub-section of Jerusalem pictures on Flickr
-- Gush Katif Museum
-- 42 - Science Fiction and Fantasy Books (in English)
-- The Jewish Joy of Sex
-- Shabbat and Holidays Menus and Ideas
-- Going Home - Making the Dream Come True
-- Life after 9/11 - Come Back Home With Me
-- Marian Lebor's blog
-- Rachel Rising: My Aliyah Adventure
-- Divest This
-- Love of the Land
Jewish - Facebook Groups - Jewish - Inspiration
-- Partners in Torah
Jewish: Facebook - Groups - Jewish / Israeli - Fan Club Pages
-- Caroline Glick
Jewish: Facebook Groups - Israel Causes
-- I'm against destroying outposts in Israel (Hebrew)
-- I Support PM Netanyahu & FM Lieberman
Saying "NO" To Land For Peace
-- Im Tirtzu - Bringing Zionism Back To Israel
Jewish: Facebook Groups - Israel Cities
-- Maale Adumim English Speakers
Facebook Groups - Israel - I Visited or Plan to Visit Israel
-- Home Exchange Israel
Jewish: Facebook Groups - Israel Media
-- Directory for bloggers in Israel
Jewish: Facebook Groups - Israel - Sports
-- Tora Dojo Israel (Karate)
-- Paintball Israel
Jewish: Facebook Groups - Israel - Support
-- Pastors for Israel
Jewish: Facebook Groups - Jerusalem
-- KCSX - The Katamon Chicken Soup Express
-- Gush Katif Museum - Jerusalem
-- Fun in Jerusalem
-- Hi Tech Jobs in Jerusalem, Web Design, Programmers, etc
Jewish: Facebook Groups - Jewish Causes
-- Jewish Policy Center
Jewish: Facebook Groups - Jewish and Israeli Music
-- I Love Hadag Nachash
-- NOA - (Achinoam Nini) Official Facebook Group
-- Yonatan Razel
Jewish: Facebook Groups - Jewish Inspiration
-- Tehillim, Daily
-- PresenTense Magazine
-- Beit Hamikdash
Jewish: Facebook Groups - Keeping Kosher / Kosher Cooking / Restaurants / Food
-- Shabbos / Shabbat mains and sides
-- Shabbos / Shabbat salad recipes
Jewish: Facebook Groups - New York -- Fire Island Minyan
Jewish / Israeli - Radio / Podcasts / TV
-- WeJew Video
Jewish: Torah Online
-- Torah Place - index of Divrei Torah (Parsha)
-- Daily Tehilim
Social Media: Twitter
-- The Ultimate List of Twitter Tools
-- Twittermail - E-mail to Twitter
-- Twitpic - Share Photos on Twitter
-- Twithority - Twitter Search by Authority
-- Twithority - Israel
-- Twithority - Jewish
-- Twittercounter - Top 100 most followed Twitter users
-- Twittercounter - Top 100 most followed Jerusalem / Israel Twitter users
-- Congressional 140 - US Legislators who use Twitter
-- Twitter Customer Service - List of Stores on Twitter
-- US Universities on Twitter
-- 85 Comedians to Follow on Twitter
-- Globes - Israel Financial News (Hebrew)
-- Channel Two News (Hebrew)
-- News 10 (Hebrew)
-- Jewish events
-- JWeekly - North California
-- Ask Moses
-- Jerusalem Online
-- Azure Online
-- Jewish TV Network
-- Haaretz (Hebrew)
-- CNN Breaking News
-- Tech Crunch
-- BBC Breaking News
-- The Marker Tech (Hebrew)
-- The Marker (Hebrew)
-- Los Angeles Jewish Journal
-- Jobs in Israel
-- Manpower Israel (Hebrew)
-- Hever Israel (Hebrew)
-- WeJew Video Sharing
-- Jewish Book
-- Kosher Eye
-- YWN - Yeshiva World News
-- Torah Study
-- Efrat Chat (using Twitter Mail)
-- Jewish Daily Forward
-- Stand with Us
Have a good night,
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Tonight was the summer kickoff of the Ma'ale Adumim Anglo Forum. I took pictures of the event and posted them online at:
Enjoy the pictures.
Have a good night,
Thursday, June 11, 2009
I created a new section on my Jerusalem hotsites page for pictures of Jerusalem on Flickr
The address is:
Sunday, June 7, 2009
I created a new section on my website called
Hebrew Tongue Twisters
There are 3 pages of Hebrew tongue twisters and a Hebrew tongue twister story. The Hebrew text includes nikud [vowels]. There is also an English translation for each Hebrew tongue twister.
Feedback is welcome!
Shavua Tov - Have a good week,
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Steven Posner (thanks!) sent me pictures of the New York City Salute to Israel Parade which took place on Sunday, May 31, 2009.
The theme of the parade was:
Tel Aviv @ 100 - Celebrating the Centennial of Tel Aviv!
I posted the pictures on my website at:
When the first page comes up, press the F11 key on the top of your keyboard for a full page view. Use the icon buttons on the bottom of each page to navigate.
Enjoy the pictures!
Have a good day,
Tomorrow, June 3, 2009, Tel-Aviv University is having its 29th annual job fair. This is one of the largest annual job fairs in the country.
The job fair is for students and graduates but is also open to the general public (I just verified that on the phone). There are 90 companies registered for booths at the fair.
I would recommend bringing with you a teudat zehut card or other picture id card and getting there early. Bring plenty of copies of your updated resume.
The job fair will take place on the Tel-Aviv university campus.
Date: June 3, 2009
Time: 10:00 to 18:00
Additional details are available on the job fair website (in Hebrew) at:
Have a good day,