Tag Archives: Freedom of speech

The Road Not Yet Traveled

By Eliana Katz In my quest for the perfect job, something that I could be truly passionate about and also use my growing skills in social media for, I landed at Beit T’Shuvah’s doorstep. I know what you must be … Continue reading

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What if you Like a +1 of a Like?

By Ben Spielberg Google Labs has been around for a while, starting with certain features in Gmail and now all around Google’s website in general. For those who are unfamiliar, Google Labs is when Google tests out new ideas for … Continue reading

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#Egypt Is Anyone Out There? …Hello?

By Ben Spielberg About four months ago, Malcolm Gladwell, author of best sellers like The Tipping Point and Outliers wrote an article for the New Yorker titled “Small Change.” In it, he stated that social media applications like Facebook and … Continue reading

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Thank Hashem It’s Friday

I open up my computer and immediately log onto Yideotube. Under the banner, in all capitals letters I read, “Yideotube: YOUR DAILY SOURCE OF CAREFULLY SCREENED VIDEOS.” I scroll down a little, and I see a video of Menachem Herman … Continue reading

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When A Simple LOL Gets Super Serious

Image via CrunchBase The National Labor Relations Board, an independent federal agency that began in 1935, are in charge of determining whether certain work related terminations are unlawful or not. Recently, a 42-year-old woman named Dawnmarie Souza was fired by … Continue reading

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