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It’s impossible to go to a Jewish wedding and not receive a keepsake kippah with the bride and groom’s names imprinted on the inside along with the wedding date.

Well, these personalized kippot have been fairly standard for a very long time.

We’re playing the first of many rounds of “New York – DC – Hollywood” which is exactly as it sounds.

You point to a person in the room and based on their outfit, guess where they’re from. “Dark blue satin,” I say, gesturing to a woman nearby who looks like she just walked off the floor of the Senate. (The Commish is so politically correct.) He then looks down at his own getup – head-to-toe black of course – then back up to me.

If you’re Jewish or interested in technology or both… Known as the Techie Rabbi, he launched Access Computer Technology in 2010 and has grown it into a full-scale technology firm that provides social media marketing consulting and web design in addition to IT support.

Hashtags are a word or phrase preceded by a hash or pound sign (#) that are used to identify messages on a specific topic making it easy to search.Based in Detroit, his congregation includes more than a million people who read his blog and follow him in Cyberspace.He began the Jewish Techs blog in January 2010 as the New York Jewish Week's technology expert.Of course, like anything, Jews will continue to ask if technology is good or bad for the Jews – the age old question of our people.Good or bad, it is undisputed that technology has changed Jewish life. Android Apple Apps Business Detroit Education Facebook Google Hanukkah Hi-Tech Holidays Innovation Internet i Pad i Phone Israel Israeli Israelis Jerusalem Jewish Jewish Education Jewish Law Judaism and Technology Marketing Middle East Mobile Mobile Apps Orthodox Judaism Palestine Politics Rabbi Jason Miller Rabbis Shabbat Social Media Social Networking Startup Nation Start Up Nation Startups Summer Camp Synagogues Tech Technology Torah Twitter Web Jason Miller is NOT your typical rabbi.

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