Monday, October 06, 2014

The Fall of Comma-ism - Hamodia



The Fall of Comma-ism



Harold Ross, editor of The New Yorker, was notorious for
carpet-bombing the copy with commas. In James Thurber’s The Years With
Ross, he wrote that a professor picked up a…


Thursday, September 04, 2014

A Ner Neshamah for Steven Sotloff, Hy”d - Hamodia





A Ner Neshamah for Steven Sotloff, Hy”d


We’ve run out of words. President Obama called the Islamic State’s
beheading of Steven Sotloff, Hy”d, on Tuesday an act of “barbarism.”
Secretary of State John Kerry called it “unfathomable…



Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Mad Mimi goes big time


Mad Mimi was just bought by GoDaddy. See
Guess what!? GoDaddy Acquires Mad Mimi

But the prices and people are staying.
Compare active ingredient in Mad Mimi with Constant Contact.

If you're still sending your marketing email from your own email client, see this post. I wrote that before I switched to Mad Mimi. They are now my weapon of choice.

Monday, June 30, 2014

Poisoning the Cup of Consolation by Mordechai Schiller



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Poisoning the Cup of ConsolationBy Mordechai Schiller







After being shocked, a devout journalist is reminded why he religiously avoids reading the "newspaper of record"








Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Microsoft Protection Racket


Microsoft Protection Racket



Pull up a chair. I’m going to let you in on a family legend. One
day in the 1930s, a sales rep of the Abe Reles organization came into
my grandfather's …



Wednesday, April 09, 2014

The Face in the Screen - Hamodia

 Time to take a long, hard look....


The Face in the Screen

OK… so your best friend — who works on 47th St. — calls you up to tell you he’s got an incredible deal. An offer you can’t refuse. Somebody just…

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Applied Righteousness: The Rescue Heard 'Round the World by Mordechai Schiller



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past & present
Applied Righteousness: The Rescue Heard 'Round the World 


http://www.jewishworldreview.com/1213/rescue_heard_round_the_world.php3#.UqiTK-LGWHt
By Mordechai Schiller

They were the most unlikely of friends. As children, in another world, death brought them together. Now life brought them together once again
UPLIFTING