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Recent graduate with a BA in Computer Science, currently working on Learneroo.com, for interactive education. Blogs: Zappable.com, TorahJournal.com/Blog.


Apr
13
comment The Passover and Yeast
@AdamMosheh, See rationalistjudaism.com/2014/04/… and breadinfo.com/history.shtml
Mar
27
awarded  Yearling
Mar
17
comment How and when does a prophet know that it's God who's speaking to him?
@JimThio, it was his first experience of prophecy.
Mar
11
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
24
comment Does tzar baalei chayim include mental anguish?
See commentators etc. on Shiluach haKen...
Dec
25
awarded  hashkafah-philosophy
Nov
18
comment Is it assur to play sports with a yarmulke?
I don't think the danger of tripping over someone's yarmulke is the biggest danger athletes face...
Nov
7
revised Why don't we have a “shulchan aruch of forbidden beliefs”?
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Oct
25
revised kavana-intent wiki excerpt
added 101 characters in body
Oct
25
suggested suggested edit on kavana-intent tag wiki excerpt
Oct
24
comment tznius in the bathroom
their bathrooms were less private then, so that might make a difference..
Oct
23
answered Does a Snuggie need tzitzis?
Oct
23
comment Are Rabbinic decrees binding forever, or can they be rescinded?
Related: judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/16101/…
Oct
23
answered Chalav Yisrael milk: stringency or binding?
Oct
23
revised Pulling out hairs while wiping your bottom on Shabbat
edited tags
Oct
17
comment תהלת ה' ידבר פי - what's the origin?
See the article on this topic in ChidusheiTorah@NDS chidusheitorah.com/sites/default/files/…
Oct
11
comment Kashrus status of menurkeys
Note that their Kickstarter model has the candles on one level: s3.amazonaws.com/ksr/assets/000/817/891/…
Oct
9
revised Why can an Eruv be made in cities nowadays?
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Oct
9
comment Why can an Eruv be made in cities nowadays?
@DoubleAA it was the best answer. fine, removed.
Oct
8
comment The blessing for 600,000 Jews
@sethJ, that's a building code, and it only adds a couple inches. at some events, 1 person gets even less than 4 square feet.