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Nothing to Worry About

Nothing to Worry About

16 days ago   |   Tablet Magazine

The question was: How are you going to get out of the draft? In my senior year of college I had a low draft number in the lottery and was nervous about having to go to Vietnam...
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Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Hebrew Poet

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Hebrew Poet

17 days ago   |   Tablet Magazine

Two hundred and two years ago today, on Kislev 10, Nov. 19, 1817, the great English Romantic poet and famed opium addict Samuel Taylor Coleridge, author of “Christabel,” “The...
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The Perils of Forgetting

The Perils of Forgetting

28 days ago   |   Tablet Magazine

In today's impassioned political wars over the politics of racial hatred, it is no surprise that words and images from the Nazi period are regularly invoked. Hitler analogies...
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FBI Arrests Suspected White Supremacist Accused of Planning to Bomb Colorado Synagogue

1 month ago   |   Slate

He reportedly said he was preparing for a racial holy war.
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Locked Doors

Locked Doors

1 month ago   |   Tablet Magazine

The first fortress synagogues were built in Eastern Europe in the latter part of the 16th century. They were imposing structures, designed to repel invaders sweeping in from...
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The Heroes in Halle

The Heroes in Halle

1 month ago   |   Tablet Magazine

Roman Yossel Remis had not yet reached the Hineni prayer on Yom Kippur when a white supremacist attacked the synagogue in Halle, Germany, where he was leading services. After...
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A Synagogue's Second Act

A Synagogue's Second Act

1 month ago   |   Tablet Magazine

“We have come to Chelsea,” Louis D. Brandeis told a large crowd gathered on Wednesday, June 30, 1915-a year before he was appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Brandeis had...
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Learning Hebrew-at Last

Learning Hebrew-at Last

1 month ago   |   Tablet Magazine

I mostly liked Hebrew school. Growing up in suburban Philadelphia in the 1980s, we carpooled to our Conservative synagogue three times a week. It was a large Hebrew school...
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Facebook's Hate Speech Policy and the ‘Mystery of Elche'

Facebook's Hate Speech Policy and the ‘Mystery of Elche'

1 month ago   |   Tablet Magazine

On Sept. 17, Facebook announced new steps it is taking to combat hate and extremism. The topic is a pressing one for all of us, since Facebook's platform reaches something like...
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The Case for Building a Synagogue on the Temple Mount

The Case for Building a Synagogue on the Temple Mount

2 monthes ago   |   Tablet Magazine

This past Tisha B'Av, nearly 1,800 Jews ascended the Temple Mount in Jerusalem in observance of the annual Jewish day of mourning for the destruction of the Temples. While it...
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Holiday Apple Pay promotion gives special offers across twelve brands

Holiday Apple Pay promotion gives special offers across twelve brands

Apple is ringing in the holiday season with a new Apple Pay promotion. What you need to know Apple has released a new holiday promotion for Apple Pay. The promotion gives... Read more ...

Apple just released iOS 13.3 beta 4 for the iPhone

Apple just released iOS 13.3 beta 4 for the iPhone

It had been far too long since Apple last released an iPhone beta, so the company decided to surprise us all with a late release on Thursday morning. iOS 13.3 beta 4 has now... Read more ...

Latest Apple Pay Promo Offers Holiday Discounts and Bonuses From Multiple...

Latest Apple Pay Promo Offers Holiday Discounts and Bonuses From Multiple Retailers

Apple today sent out an email detailing its latest Apple Pay promo, which is offering discounts from multiple apps ahead of the holidays. The benefits listed below are... Read more ...

Apple Explains Why Newer iPhones Share Location Data

Apple Explains Why Newer iPhones Share Location Data

There's something strange going on with the iPhone 11 Pro. Security reporter Brian Krebs noticed that the iPhone 11 Pro intermittently seeks the user's location information... Read more ...

Apple's 2021 iPhones Could Be Completely Wireless

Apple's 2021 iPhones Could Be Completely Wireless

Ever since Apple introduced a USB-C port to the iPad Pro, it has been widely speculated that the company could eventually make a similar change to the iPhone. However, it turns... Read more ...

Alphabet Scoop 078: Snapdragon 865, Sundar Pichai, and Pixel updates

Alphabet Scoop 078: Snapdragon 865, Sundar Pichai, and Pixel updates

This week we talk all about the announcements at Qualcomm's Snapdragon Tech Summit 2019 (including the Snapdragon 865, Sundar Pichai takes over Alphabet, and some Pixel... Read more ...

Department of Justice Charged Evil Corp Hackers with Bank Fraud

Department of Justice Charged Evil Corp Hackers with Bank Fraud

The U.S. Department of Justice (and the United Kingdom's National Crime Agency) announced the unsealing of criminal charges against a 32-year-old hacker who goes by the name... Read more ...

Qualcomm interview: Snapdragon XR's future, from wired to 5G, VR to AR

Qualcomm interview: Snapdragon XR's future, from wired to 5G, VR to AR

We spoke with Qualcomm XR executives Hugo Swart and Hiren Bhinde regarding the next steps for VR and AR headsets, including wired, Wi-Fi, and 5G options. Read more ...

Darksiders Genesis Is Absolutely Worth The $40 Price On Stadia: Opinion

Darksiders Genesis Is Absolutely Worth The $40 Price On Stadia: Opinion

Full disclosure, Google provided me with the code to add the game to my Stadia library. So I didn't actually have to buy it. That being said, my statement in the title still... Read more ...

Apple Seeds Fourth Betas of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 to Developers and...

Apple Seeds Fourth Betas of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 to Developers and Public Beta Testers

Apple today seeded the fourth betas of upcoming iOS and iPadOS 13.3 updates to developers and public beta testers, two weeks after seeding third betas and over a month after... Read more ...